EK Jewelers is proud to support the Campbell County Healthcare Foundation’s Black Cat Diamond Ball coming up on September 21 at the CAM-PLEX Wyoming Center in Gillette, Wyoming.
Participants to the 14th annual black tie affair can purchase a ticket to win a unique loose 2.67ct bright diamond worth $12,300! She has such a bright blue fluorescence that guarantees her to be natural AND makes her look whiter than she is! I’ve been told that tickets are for sale for $50 for one, or five for $200!
It was such a huge honor for EK Jewelers to be chosen for this occasion. This gives me a chance to show to the community there’s a new (and super fun) jeweler in town, as well as support a wonderful organization.
I am going to be setting the diamond in a Tiffany-style solitaire mounting, and wearing it at the event so everyone can hold and see this precious big girl up close. I look forward to seeing you all and helping donate back to build up our very own community.
Get your Black Cat Ball tickets!
If you want a chance at a ticket for this stunning gem, tickets to the Black Cat Ball are $150 per person or $1,800 for a reserved table of eight. Cocktails will be served starting at 6 pm. To purchase, contact the CCHCF at 307.688.6235 or email email@example.com.
So, what is the Black Cat Ball?
The Black Cat Ball highlights nominees, and winners, of the Foundation’s Outstanding Healthcare Awards. These awards honor those who have made a significant impact in the Campbell County, Wyoming community through leadership, community service, professional development and dedication. Nominees for this year’s event include:
- Dr. Nathan Tracy, Campbell County Medical Group Family Medicine and Powder River Orthopedics & Spine
- Ms. Elaine Pridgeon, Gillette College Nursing
- Ms. Gwen Reed, Gillette College Nursing
- Dr. James Naramore
- Fur Kids Foundation
- Ms. Mary Barks, Patient Advocate, The Legacy Living and Rehabilitation Center
- Mr. Raymond and Ms. Cynthia Saunders, volunteers and advocates
- Ms. Robin Bailey, volunteer
- Ms. Jamie Hendryx, Ride & Shine Equine Assisted Therapy
- Ms. Kathy Schmidt-Miller, Campbell County Medical Group Audiologist
The CCHCF began in 1975 after a group of community leaders came together to discuss funding the education of young people interested in healthcare careers. Since then, the CCHCF has contributed more than $2,000,000 in scholarships and grants to people and projects throughout our communities. It is the umbrella organization for the following:
- Cancer Care Committee
- Close to Home Hospice Hospitality House
- Festival of Trees fundraising committee
- Hospice Advisory Board
- PET CT Project
- Sports Screening Committee
- Scholarship Committee
- The Legacy Living & Rehabilitation Center Advisory Board
- VIP Project (Vaccine for Influenza Prevention) committee
You can learn more about the CCHCF at www.cchcf.com.