Wilson Health Foundation hosts Casino Night


The Wilson Health Foundation held a Casino Night and raised more than $40,000 with all proceeds benefiting The Future is Clear Campaign to purchase two 3D Mammography units for Wilson Health.

The Wilson Health Foundation held a Casino Night and raised more than $40,000 with all proceeds benefiting The Future is Clear Campaign to purchase two 3D Mammography units for Wilson Health.


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SIDNEY – The Wilson Health Foundation held its annual spring fundraising event, a Casino Night, to benefit Wilson Health on March 16 at Shelby Oaks Golf Club in Sidney.

This event raised more than $40,000 with all proceeds benefiting The Future is Clear Campaign to purchase two 3D Mammography units for Wilson Health.

The evening began with a social hour and new CEO and President Mark Klosterman and Executive Director Karla Young welcoming everyone to the event and thanking them for supporting Wilson Health.

Following the welcome, dinner, casino games, raffles, silent and live auctions filled the evening. Live auction items included a trip to Cancun, Mexico; Cincinnati Reds tickets; Dayton Dragons tickets for 20; wine tasting and Shuster tickets for “Les Miserables” that were auctioned to the highest bidder.

Harris Jewelers offered a bling machine and donated two $1,000 gift certificates as raffle prizes.

Underwriters for this event included Air Handling; Airstream; APP Architecture; Area Energy & Electric, Inc.; Clearstead, Continental Express, Inc.; Dickman Industrial & Electrical Supplies; Emerson Climate Technologies; Ferguson Construction Co.; Freshway Foods; McCrate; DeLaet & Co.; Ruese Insurance Agency; Sollmann Electric and US Bank.

This year’s Wilson Health Foundation Casino Night committee included Barri Grandey, Melissa McDonald, Beth Roe, Jackie Simpson and Kiera Sullivan.

Anyone who would like additional information or to be included in the mailing list for future events should contact the Wilson Health Foundation at 937-498-5572.

The Wilson Health Foundation held a Casino Night and raised more than $40,000 with all proceeds benefiting The Future is Clear Campaign to purchase two 3D Mammography units for Wilson Health.
https://www.sidneydailynews.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/47/2019/04/web1_DSC_0500.jpgThe Wilson Health Foundation held a Casino Night and raised more than $40,000 with all proceeds benefiting The Future is Clear Campaign to purchase two 3D Mammography units for Wilson Health. Courtesy photo