The Centegra Hospital-Woodstock Auxiliary encourages women to wear a hat for women’s health in McHenry County during the 9th annual Mad Hatters Luncheon Wednesday, May 4.
The event begins with cocktails and a silent auction preview at 10 a.m. at the Crystal Lake Holiday Inn. Lunch will be served at noon, followed by a live auction.”Centegra Health System depends on the community’s support to sustain quality healthcare for our friends and families,” said Laura Witlox, auxiliary president. “Taking an afternoon away from day-to-day stresses and attending this popular women’s event will help model the way toward a healthier McHenry County. Our luncheon has become a wonderful spring tradition for many local women. It is a unique event that is entertaining and fun but with a definite purpose to ensure the women in our community have access to the highest quality healthcare right here in our own community,” she added.
Tickets are $50 each or $500 for a table of 10 and may be purchased in person or by mail. Tickets sell out quickly so reserve a table today.To order tickets by mail, make checks payable to the Centegra Hospital-Woodstock Auxiliary and send to: Auxiliary Mad Hatters Luncheon, P.O. Box 662, Woodstock, IL 60098. Reservations may also be made in person at the Woodstock branch of American Community Bank and Trust located at 1290 Lake Ave. Corporate sponsorships also are available to help underwrite the event. For more information on how to participate, call Colleen Delahunty at (815) 363-1354.
Centegra Health System is committed to meeting the healthcare needs of the residents of greater McHenry County and to making services available in multiple and convenient locations, including hospitals in McHenry and Woodstock, Immediate and Primary Care centers, Centegra Sage Cancer Center, Health Bridge Fitness Centers and more. As the region’s leading healthcare provider, Centegra Health System continues to bring the latest treatments and technology, along with the skills of nearly 4,000 medical professionals, to meet the needs of the growing McHenry County community.