Bowtie Ball a ‘casual affair to remember’

Bowtie Ball a ‘casual affair  to remember’
Michael and Danielle Frei with Alexis and Rob Ellis

The Shircliff Society, a group of young professionals who support the mission of St. Vincent’s Foundation, held its 2nd annual Bowtie Ball Jan. 26 in an elegantly casual setting at Manifest Distilling. Gentlemen sporting bowties added to the spirit of the event which raised funds to purchase three Novii Wireless Fetal Monitoring Patch Systems for the Family Birthplace at Ascension St. Vincent’s Medical Centers Southside and Riverside. 

The monitoring system safely monitors fetal heart rate, maternal heart rate, and uterine activity via Bluetooth in the final stages before giving birth. 

Caroline and Luke Pope served as event chairs and, along with Courtney Bell, Shircliff Society president, and Jane Lanier, CFRE, president and system chief development officer for St. Vincent’s Foundation, welcomed society members, supporters and guests to an evening of live entertainment, delicious hors d’oeuvres, signature drinks, a silent auction and plenty of fun.

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