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On behalf of Providence General Foundation, Anthony’s HomePort and event chairs Randy & Marla Heagle, thank you for your interest in the 34th annual Epicurean Affair benefiting Providence Trauma Services.
In light of recent events with COVID-19, we have made the difficult decision to postpone the Epicurean Affair until September 2020. Providence is working closely with state and local health authorities to comply with recommendations to limit person-to-person spread within our communities during this time.
We are currently working on rescheduling this event to a new date in September 2020. If you have already registered for the event, your registration will simply carry over to the new date, and no further action will be required on your part to re-register. You can also pre-purchase tickets by clicking the link below.
If you have questions or concerns about this change, please feel to contact the Providence General Foundation Special Events Office at 425-258-7999 or firstname.lastname@example.org
We look forward to seeing you in September!
Providence General Foundation and Anthony's HomePort Everett are hosting the 34th Annual Epicurean Affair on September XX. The evening will begin at 6:00 pm with delicious appetizers, tantalizing local wines and spirits followed by an exceptional menu featuring Northwest seafood. This special experience is open to only 200 guests and is a annual favorite for our community.
We are grateful to Randy and Marla Heagle for co-chairing this year's Epicurean Affair! This dynamic duo live on Camano Island and are actively involved in the community. Marla & Randy have been involved with Providence Festival of Trees and they are passionate about ensuring world-class healthcare is available to our region.
2020 Epicurean Affair Beneficiary—Providence Trauma Services
From tragic events in our homes, schools, and neighborhoods, to devastating accidents on our waterways, mountains and highways—traumatic incidents impact our entire community.
The number of trauma patients treated at Providence Regional Medical Center Everett has increased by an overwhelming 70% in the past 5 years. Now more than ever, we need access to the highest level trauma center— without commuting to Seattle— it’s imperative to saving lives and reducing debilitating injuries.
The 2020 Epicurean Affair is an important investment in expanding and enhancing Providence trauma services. Your support will help provide greater access to this specialized life-saving care, close to home.