CV Foundation hosts successful art, wine auction

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Those attending the Art and Wine Auction enjoyed viewing the storefront painted by Diana Tunis.


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Mime- Brad Stoddard

Over the years the Cobre Valley Regional Medical Center Foundation Art & Wine Auction has developed into a highly anticipated occasion. November 1, marked the Sixth Annual Art & Wine Auction with over 375 community members, artists, and business individuals strolling through the streets of Paris, France. Guests were greeted with a warm “bon soir!”

With stars dangling, a full moon glowing, a luminous Eiffel tower, globe lights swaying overhead, café fronts, street lamps, and bistro tables lining the European streets, French music played in the background while a mime mingled with the crowd providing entertainment and boosting their amusement. French cuisine and a street full of live and silent auction items kept the streets of Paris bustling.

It was a magical evening and the CV Foundation extends their sincerest gratitude to our sponsors, our contributors, and our supporters. Thank you to all who donated and purchased art, and purchased tickets. With sponsorships, ticket sales, wine/beer sales, and art auction sales, a record high, net profit of approximately $37,000 was reached.

The CV Foundation is continually looking to improve, support, and provide excellent healthcare throughout the region and puts 100% of their fundraising efforts toward growth in services offered, employee education, and equipment; further enhancing the patient experience for Cobre Valley Regional Medical Center and its regional clinics in Kearny, Superior, and Pleasant Valley. Providing our communities with compassionate, quality, efficient care is not only our mission, but our standard. A sincere “Thank You” to all who contributed to the success of this event.

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