Chase County Hospital Foundation President Ray Malleck, left, and CCCH CEO Steve Lewis honored Ray Lindekugel, center, for his many years of service on the foundation board. (Johnson Publications photo)

Carol Maddux joined Sam Ferguson with Fun Pianos to perform a jovial rendition of “Piano Man,” much to the delight of the crowd. (Johnson Publications photo)

Smiles all around at hospital foundation Gala

    The new expo building at the Chase County Fairgrounds was full of smiles and music Friday night when the Chase County Hospital Foundation hosted its second annual Gala.
    The evening’s theme was “A Night to Remember for a Mammography Machine.”
    The Gala began with opening remarks from Steve Lewis, Chase County Community Hospital CEO. Lewis told attendees about the importance of the new mammography machine and about the number of hospital patrons who have already taken advantage of its advanced technology.
    Jack’s Country Cookin’ provided a meal of prime rib or chicken. The Beverage Barn provided a cash bar at the event.
    Rand and Peggy Levy gave attendees a chance to capture the moment with a photo booth where they could pose for a professional-quality photograph. Proceeds of the photo booth will be donated back to the foundation.
    The evening’s entertainment was provided by Fun Pianos by 176 Keys of Seward. Fun Keys owner Sam Ferguson of Seward and colleague Katy Marquardt of Chicago roused the crowd for a variety of sing-a-longs throughout the evening.

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