Bothwell Foundation to hold inaugural Celebrity Bartender event
SEDALIA, Mo., November 1, 2017 — To wrap up the first-ever Pinktober Campaign for breast cancer awareness, the Bothwell Foundation will celebrate with a fun evening and a friendly competition. From 5 to 8 p.m., Thursday, Nov. 9, at the Sedalia Country Club, local “celebrities” will go head-to-head in a Celebrity Bartender Competition. "Tip" your favorite bartender in the competition to see who can raise the most donations for the Bothwell Foundation.
Local celebrity bartenders include:
- Stafford Swearingen – President, Elliott Management Services & Bothwell Foundation President
- Andrew Treuner – Owner, Treuner Masonry
- Matthew Irwin - Battalion Chief, City of Sedalia Fire Department
- David Woolery – Commander, Sedalia Police Department
- Kyle Herrick – Dealer, Bryant Motors
- Kyle Weymuth – Dealer, WK Chevrolet
In addition to the celebrity bartenders there will be drawings at the event for several great gift packages and an online auction featuring some of the bras from the Moore’s Greenhouse and Floral annual bra-decorating contest.
All proceeds from the event stay local and benefit breast cancer awareness efforts through the Bothwell Foundation’s Gene Loveall Cancer Services Fund. To learn more or to purchase tickets, visit www.brhc.org/celebritybartender or call 660-829-7786.
About Bothwell Foundation
In the past 10 years, the Bothwell Foundation has contributed more than $3.5 million to financially support Bothwell Regional Health Center and improve health and wellness services for the community. The foundation receives contributions from patients, employees, physicians, volunteers and friends throughout the west central Missouri region. These gifts help the health center purchase the latest medical technology, provide education and training scholarships to employees and students, develop new services, and fund important health-related initiatives, programs and services.