I am so excited to share this event with you! Project Access-Collin County (PACC) is a non-profit organization focused on improving the health of the community by serving those who are medically uninsured and indigent. They are having their first annual spring gala, “An Evening of Magic and Celebration,” this Saturday, May 19, 2012 at the Marriott at Legacy Town Center in Plano. The Gala will feature live and silent auctions, dinner and a performance by magician James Munton.
Dinner tickets are available for $150 per guest and tables can be purchased at $1,500 for ten seats. For more information or to purchase tickets, please contact email@example.com or call 972-380-9595, ext. 1016.
I am so happy to have been asked to donate jewelry from my design company for the silent auction. I will also be in attendance. Major support for PACC and the Gala come from the Collin County HealthCare Foundation and the Collin County Commissioners, D Magazine, Presbyterian Plano, Baylor Hospital Plano, Baylor Heart Hospital, Baylor Hospital Frisco, Village Health Partners, Grace Outreach Church, HCA North Texas (Plano and McKinney), Texas Health Presbyterian Hospital (Allen) and Centennial Medical Center.
Please come out and celebrate the efforts of this great organization!Project Access – Collin County (PACC) is a program of the Collin-Fannin County Medical Society and a partnership with the Collin County Commissioners Court and the Collin County Health Care Foundation. Essential to the success of this project with Collin County Health Care Services are the volunteer primary care and specialty physicians, all eight hospitals, free clinics, lab and imaging services, pharmaceutical resources, and other cooperating community health care services. They all make possible this county-wide program that cares for those who are medically uninsured and indigent. Visit the PACC website at: www.pacollin.org.