- Ada, Oklahoma

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January 21, 2013

Valley View Foundation gala slated for March 2

Ada —

The Valley View Foundation announced its gala and auction will be held on Saturday, March 2, at 6:30 p.m. at First United Bank & Trust of Ada. 

Participants and patrons will enjoy hors d’oeuvres, champagne, appetizers, a steak dinner, Waddell Vineyard wine, entertainment by Zoom City, an art show hosted by Loretta Yin and friends, live and silent auctions featuring vacations, adventures, sports memorabilia, Thunder tickets and more.

Tickets for the “Black & White” gala are now available for $125 per person. “The Black & White gala is going to be an evening to remember” said 2013 gala chair, Letha Wood of First United Bank and Trust of Ada. 

Mercy Health System and Integris are the lead sponsors for this event. Joining in sponsorship efforts are the following community partners: First United Bank & Trust of Ada, Landmark Bank, Accounts Collection Specialist, Service Automall, T.S. Phillips Investments, Citizens Bank, East Central University Foundation, Kellogg & Sovereign Consulting, LLC, Keri Prince, People’s Electric Cooperative, and Vision Bank.

Proceeds from the foundation gala benefit will go towards funding internal grants, programs and capital improvements at Valley View Regional Hospital.

For reservations and more information, please contact the Valley View Foundation office at (580) 421-1403 or 

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