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SMHC Auxiliary Hosts 7th Annual Girls Night Out

June 07, 2017

Tickets Now on Sale

Looking for laughter, silliness and an opportunity to escape the stress of daily life? Join us for a special night with girlfriends at Southern Maine Health Care’s (SMHC) 7th Annual Girls Night Out on Wednesday, June 21. Hosted by the SMHC Auxiliary at Duffy’s Tavern & Grille, 168 Saco Avenue in Old Orchard Beach, the evening will begin at 5:30 p.m. with a silent auction, heavy hors d’oeuvres and a cash bar, followed at 7:00 p.m. by dessert and entertainment from comedienne Mary Ellen Rinaldi.

Truly a character with character, Mary Ellen Rinaldi has a distinct style of stand up that is unique among comics today: a storyteller with real life tales and observations that are funny and insightful. You'll shake your head as she shakes your world, touching your heart as she reaches right into the nooks and crannies of everyday events.

The Auxiliary has been an integral part of the SMHC family since 1907, raising millions of dollars to support programs, facilities, technology needs and services that directly benefit patient care. It consists of friends of the hospital including former patients, employees and retirees, physicians’ family members, and neighbors who live in the communities SMHC serves from Sanford to Saco. Each believes in the importance of quality, community health care that provides the latest in diagnostic and treatment technology. Thanks to your generosity, we have been successful in our mission to support SMHC’s patients.

Tickets are $35 each and can be purchased by contacting JoJo Dryden at 590-2855, via e-mail at dryden02@roadrunner.com or by sending a check payable to SMHC Auxiliary to: SMHC Auxiliary Girls Night Out, P.O. Box 626, Biddeford, ME 04005. Please register on line at http://events.r20.constantcontact.com/register/event?llr=r8quz7dab&oeidk=a07ee2hp3jo72c59c8a and bring some friends!

About Southern Maine Health Care
Southern Maine Health Care (SMHC) is a national award-winning healthcare system with a non-profit mission “to improve the health and health care of the communities we serve.”  SMHC includes a full service, acute care medical center in Biddeford, with York County’s only inpatient mental health unit. Emergency care, surgical services, and diagnostic and therapy services are available at SMHC’s Medical Centers in Biddeford and Sanford. SMHC offers primary care and multi-specialty physician services, diagnostic and therapy services, and Walk-In Care centers in various York County communities including Biddeford, Kennebunk, Saco, Sanford and Waterboro. SMHC is Joint Commission accredited and has been recognized for quality excellence by numerous outside organizations. To learn more about SMHC and SMHC providers, visit www.smhc.org, https://www.facebook.com/pages/Southern-Maine-Medical-Center/240256115039, https://www.youtube.com/c/smhcorgme, or https://twitter.com/SMHCHealth.

About SMHC Auxiliary
The SMHC Auxiliary has been an integral part of the hospital family since 1907, raising and donating over $2 million to SMHC over the past 100 years. This dynamic group helps people across York County through their support of many important patient care programs and services that would otherwise not receive funding, such as massage therapy for cancer patients.  Their mission is to support the SMHC administration, staff, programs and patients by offering volunteer hours, financial support, and creative collaboration to better serve our health community.

 

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