Cocktail Reception *Elegant Buffet by 34th Street Café * Live & Silent Auction * Dancing * Live Entertainment * After-Party
Saturday, April 12, 2014
at Camp Mabry
Live Entertainment by Robert Earl Keen
After-Party Entertainment by DJ Hear No Evil
No doubt about it, your support of EASB LIVE! is making a huge difference in the lives of families here in Austin. The Elizabeth Ann Seton Board is dedicated to raising funds and awareness for the Seton Community Health Centers which serve as the healthcare “home” to thousands of families and children in our community who need it most, by providing access to high-quality, affordable healthcare. The Centers reduce unnecessary hospital and emergency room visits, provide diagnosis and treatment for illnesses, and improve patient health through education and preventative services. This year, we will be spotlighting the people who are treated through the Centers, which in turn also spotlights you and your generosity. Thank you. When folks like you and our musical guest, Robert Earl Keen, support EASB LIVE! it directly impacts the lives and health of these hard working parents and their children, Austin’s beloved musicians, and under-insured people in Central Texas who rely on the Centers for affordable healthcare. The 2014 Gala will benefit the Seton Community Health Centers and the Sister Gertrude Levy Endowment for the Poor. For more information, contact Judah Crossland at 512-324-1021 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
A Luncheon for Seton's New Teaching Hospital
Thursday, April 17, 2014
11 a.m. to 1 p.m.
Four Seasons Hotel Austin
Discover how the Seton Healthcare Family, along with Dell Medical School and Central Health, will attract and retain world-class doctors and transform the health of our community through this innovative approach to care. Austinites will have greater access to top specialists and new treatments, right here at home.
Austin's accolades for job growth, quality of life, and entrepreneurial spirit have drawn Fortune 100 companies here. Now is our moment to become a marquee city in care, education and research.