Heart Rhythm Institute features fall luncheon
Kara Ross via video. (Photos by Helen Ford Wallace).
The Heart Rhythm Institute luncheon at the Oklahoma City Golf and Country Club featured jewelry by Kara Ross and a heart healthy menu.
Kara Ross was not able to attend the party but sent a video and Genevieve Overholser of the jewelry line gave remarks. The menu consisted of a pear salad with a heart-shaped toast, roast chicken breast topped with spinach, tomato and multi-grain rolls.
Gene Barth and Annie Bohanon were the event co-chairmen and gave introductions. Max Chotto gave the patient testimonial. Honorary chairmen was Pam Fleischaker. Event underwriters were Helen and Wil Webster.
There were seven great vignette packages opportunities for guests to bid on including “Grandma’s Goodies” with train ride tickets, Christmas Show tickets, birthday parpty, gifts cards and “Stepping Out” with a black leather jacket, dinner for two, shoe gift certificate.
The Heart Rhythm Institute at the University of Oklahoma Health Sciences Center always gives tells everyone to “hold the date” for next next year’s party: It will be November 14, 2012.
Cathy Freede, Jose Freede, Joan Gilmore enjoy lunch.
Lillie-Beth Brinkman, Marcy Kenney, and Betty Jane Garrett were at the luncheon.
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