The trustees and friends of the Tulare Hospital Foundation are celebrating 30 years of Festival of Trees, “a Woodland Christmas” holiday gala on Friday, November 30, 2018 at the Tulare Veterans Memorial Building.
During the evening, several beautiful artificial Christmas trees in different themes will be on display and auctioned at the end of the evening.
“We are very excited about this year’s “Festival of Trees,” states Jan Smith, Executive Director of the Foundation.
“After canceling last year’s event, we are so happy to have our hospital open again with an amazing organization, Adventist Health – Tulare, but it’s a positive way to end a difficult year and usher in the holiday season together and united.”
Many community members and returning hospital employees are looking forward to attending the event and annual celebration.
The gala features nine dazzling trees, decorated by extremely talented community members and sponsored by businesses; a live orchestra under the direction of Mr. Bill Ingram will provide festive music for the evening, beautiful centerpieces, and array of silent auction items.
The evening will begin at 6:00pm with a social hour. The silent auction will be open throughout the evening.
Following an elegant sit down dinner exquisitely, Tulare’s own David Macedo, master auctioneer, will auction off exquisitely decorated Christmas trees.
“The tremendous success we have enjoyed for the past 29 years was due to the wonderful work and efforts of the sponsors, decorators, the committee members, tree buyers, and the volunteers,” states Marmie Fidler, Foundation President.
“We are looking forward to another outstanding event.”
Tickets are $100 per person and available now at the Foundation Office.
For more information regarding sponsorship opportunities, volunteering, or tickets please contact the Tulare Hospital Foundation office, 685-3438.
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Please send me information on the 2019 tree auction. I have nursing friends who want to attend