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Tickets on sale for Aug. 2 casino night




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The Consolata Healthcare Foundation Board has approved a donation of $20,000 toward the purchase of a new digitial mammography machine for the Connally Memorial Medical Center. The Consolata Healthcare Foundation supports the medical center by providing equipment and other capital items, through its fund-raising efforts.

The foundation board invites everyone to enjoy the eighth annual Denim & Diamonds Casino Night fund-raiser in the Floresville Event Center on Saturday, Aug. 2, from 5 p.m. to midnight. Tickets and tables for the event are available from board members and also can be purchased at the Connally Memorial Medical Center.

For tickets or corporate tables, contact any Consolata Healthcare Foundation Board member, or Executive Director Amanda Richardson at 830-393-1313.
 

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