Green Bay – The Auxiliary of HSHS St. Vincent Hospital is pleased to present Hats Off to Women on Wednesday, May 10 at the Swan Club in De Pere. Tickets are now available for this popular event, which features a breakfast, array of silent auction items and a special presentation about local cancer research efforts.
 
This year, proceeds from Hats Off to Women will benefit HSHS St. Vincent Cancer Research Institute, which works directly with the National Cancer Research Institute to bring people in the Northeast Wisconsin region access to the newest, leading-edge clinical trials, drugs and prevention studies.
 
Hats Off to Women attendees will hear from Dr. Anthony Jaslowski, physician with Green Bay Oncology and Medical Director of HSHS St. Vincent Cancer Research Institute; Dr. John Taylor, pediatric intensivist with Prevea Health at HSHS St. Vincent Children’s Hospital; and a family whose young daughter is beating a rare and debilitating disease thanks to the experts of HSHS St. Vincent Cancer Research Institute and HSHS St. Vincent Children’s Hospital. Click here to learn about the inspiring story of Hailee Kin of Greenland, Michigan.
 
Hats Off to Women

  • Wednesday, May 10

  • 7:30 to 9:30 a.m. (Doors open at 7 a.m.)

  • Swan Club – 875 Heritage Road, De Pere

  • Guests are encouraged to wear their favorite hat!

 
Tickets are available for purchase now by calling (920) 433-8561 or visiting the HSHS St. Vincent Hospital Gift Shop, located inside HSHS St. Vincent Hospital, 835 S. Van Buren St. in Green Bay. Individual tickets are available for $30 each and reserved tables of eight for $240.
 
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About the Auxiliary of HSHS St. Vincent Hospital
The Auxiliary of HSHS St. Vincent Hospital raises significant dollars for health care improvements at HSHS St. Vincent Hospital and HSHS St. Mary’s Hospital Medical Center in Green Bay, Wis. It is comprised of more than 275 volunteers who raise funds in a variety of ways, including annual events like Hats Off to Women, Fashions from the Heart fall fashion show, cookie sales and book fairs. Auxiliary members also donate their time to provide exceptional customer service at HSHS St. Vincent Hospital and HSHS St. Mary’s Hospital Medical Center. Founded in 1955, the Auxiliary of HSHS St. Vincent Hospital demonstrates the hospitals’ values of Respect, Care, Competence and Joy. For more information, visit https://www.stvincenthospital.org/Volunteer.aspx.
 
About Hospital Sisters Health System (HSHS)
Hospital Sisters Health System’s (HSHS) mission is to reveal and embody Christ’s healing love for all people through our high quality, Franciscan health care ministry. HSHS provides state-of-the-art health care to our patients and is dedicated to serving all people, especially the most vulnerable, at each of our 15 Local Systems and physician practices in Illinois (Belleville, Breese, Decatur, Effingham, Greenville, Highland, Litchfield, Shelbyville and Springfield) and Wisconsin (Chippewa Falls, Eau Claire, Oconto Falls, Sheboygan, and two in Green Bay).  HSHS is sponsored by Hospital Sisters Ministries, and Hospital Sisters of St. Francis is the founding institute. For more information about HSHS, visit www.hshs.org.  For more information about Hospital Sisters of St. Francis, visit www.hospitalsisters.org.

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Angela Deja

Public Relations Manager
HSHS Wisconsin
Office: (920) 272-3360
angela.deja@hshs.org

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