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Mark your calendar for the Women’s Philanthropy Society's annual luncheon Saturday, March 1, 2014. The event begins at 10 a.m. at the Guyan Golf and Country Club, and the speaker will be pediatric hematologist/oncologist Mark Mogul, MD.
The Focus Award and the Kitty Hage Lifetime Achievement Award will also be presented at luncheon.
The Focus Award honors achievements in volunteerism, pioneering in women’s health, community service, professional achievement and home and family.
The Kitty Hage Lifetime Achievement Award is presented to an individual whose life’s work has been dedicated to humanitarian efforts. The award is designed for someone who has not sought recognition for her deeds, but has worked solely to better her community and the quality of life for others.
These distinctive awards honor Tri-State women who exemplify the heart, strength and compassion of women. A copy of the nomination form and more information about the Women’s Philanthropy Society are available online. Nominations are being accepted through February 15, so there's still time to submit the name of someone who deserves recognition.
“The annual Women’s Philanthropy Luncheon affords women from all walks of life an opportunity to gather together and honor women who are making a positive impact in our community,” said Christie Kinsey, a founding member of the Women’s Philanthropy Society at Cabell Huntington Hospital. “The proceeds of the luncheon support women’s and children’s causes at Cabell Huntington Hospital. Women give $100 and their gift combines with others to create a larger gift, enabling everyone to be a philanthropist."
Please call Velma Workman at 304.526.6314 to reserve your seats at the luncheon and/or to submit your nominations.