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Monday, March 03, 2014 - Hard Hats & High Heels fundraiser celebrates Sparrow Clinton Hospital construction progress

Sparrow Clinton Hospital Foundation Chairperson Kerry Sheen-Stock (left) and SCH Caregiver Cortney VanEtten plan to kick up their high heels at the hospital’s March 29 Hard Hats & High Heels fundraiser.

Sparrow Clinton Hospital wants you to kick up your heels, or work boots, in celebration of the powerful community support that has driven construction of its new Emergency Services Department in St. Johns.

The Hard Hats & High Heels fundraising event is your blueprint to fun on Saturday, March 29. From 5:30 to 10:30 pm, dance the night away to the tunes of The Kathy Ford Band, and then refuel at one of several hors d’oeuvres stations while enjoying an open beer and wine bar. Raffles and silent auctions round out the evening.

Party-goers are encouraged to dress to whichever theme most appeals to them – hard hats or high heels!

For more information about tickets or sponsorship opportunities, call the Sparrow Clinton Hospital Foundation at 989.227.3396 or visit

All proceeds benefit the Right Here, Right Now Emergency Services Department construction project. The new Emergency Services Department is expected to open by July 2014. This project is one of many Sparrow renovations that have resulted in more than $250 million reinvested in the region over the last three years.

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