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Crystal Heart Gala

19th Annual Crystal Heart GalaCrystal_Heart

Sunday, September 23, 2012

Worthington Renaissance Fort Worth Hotel Grand Ballroom

Entertainment by Ronnie Milsap

Master of Ceremonies - Scott Murray 

The annual black-tie fundraiser since 1994 has generated nearly $2,000,000 in net proceeds.  Past proceed designations have contributed to:
  • Cancer Center
  • Hospice House
  • Urgent Care Center
  • Open-heart Program
  • Indigent Care
  • Community Health Services
  • Cancer Screenings
  • Mobile Health Services Bus
  • Breast Biopsy Equipment

Previous gala entertainers include:

 Louise Mandrell Lee Greenwood
Marvin Hamlisch Oak Ridge Boys
Rich Little Gordie Brown
Vocal Majority The Temptations
Shangri-La Chinese Acrobats The Beach Boys
Doc Severinson Lonestar
Manhattan Transfer Pat Green
Kenny Loggins 1964 - The Tribute
Clint Black Randy Travis

Proceeds from the Huguley 19th annual gala will be used for Community Outreach Program which provides health screenings, immunizations, minor medical care and health education to uninsured and financially challenged patients.

Table Sponsorships range from $3,000 - $25,000 and individual tickets available for $300. Auction donation items are welcomed. (Donation Form) 

For more information, opportunities for table sponsorship, ticket purchase, or auction donations, please call (817) 568-3281

Laurie Evans, Crystal Heart Gala
Texas Health Huguley
PO Box 6115
Fort Worth, TX  76115

Fax (817) 551-2767
or e-mail laurie.evans@ahss.org

Ronnie_Milsap_Country_Again

Blind at birth, Ronnie Milsap was sent to a special school and taught piano, violin and guitar as a child.  At the age of 20 in 1964, he released his first single, "Total Disaster."  By 1973, he had moved to Nashville and signed on with RCA Victor.  Milsap became an extremely popular "crossover" country music singer in the 1970s and 1980s, credited with 40 number one country hits and six Grammys.
  • 1975 Best Male County Vocal Performance - "Please Don't Tell Me How The Story Ends"
  • 1977 Best Male Country Vocal Performance - "(I'm a) Stand By My Woman Man"
  • 1982 Best Male Country Vocal Performance - "There's) No Gettin' Over Me"
  • 1986 Best male Country Vocal Performance - "Lost in the Fifties Tonight"
  • 1987 Best Male Country Vocal Performance - "Lost in the Fifties Tonight"
  • 1988 Best Country Collaboration with Vocals - "Make No Mistake, She's Mine" (with Kenny Rogers)