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The 52nd annual Salisbury-Rowan Heart Fund Ball

The 52nd Annual Salisbury-Rowan Heart Fund Ball was held on Saturday, February 8, 2020 at the Country Club of Salisbury. Vickie and Victor Wallace were the gracious chairs of the elegant black-tie event, along with Lori and Charlie Graeber as their co-chairs.

Approximately 230 guests enjoyed a delicious formal dinner and danced until midnight to the music of the band Eight Past Midnight. Sean Meyers did an amazing job once again with the photography, capturing attendees enjoying themselves throughout the evening.

More than $28,000 was raised with the proceeds presented to the Community Care Clinic for heart related medications, Rowan-Salisbury School District for CPR manikins and accessories, and Novant Cardiac/Pulmonary rehabilitation center to sponsor a patient in need.

Photos by Sean Meyers Photography

 

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