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Self Regional Healthcare Foundation Announces Mid-Winter Ball Chairs

Self Regional Midwinter Ball 2014 Chairs Elected
The 2014 Mid-Winter Ball features Honorary Chair, Martha Dunlap (left) and Co-Chairs Jenni Shingler (middle) and Jane Dean (right).  This signature community event, benefiting Self Regional Healthcare, will celebrate its 26th year on March 1, 2014.

(Greenwood, S.C., Dec. 3, 2013) – Self Regional Healthcare Foundation and the 26th annual Mid-Winter Ball Title Sponsor Greenwood Capital Associates and Countybank are pleased to announce this year's ball will be co-chaired by Jane Dean and Jenni Shingler. This signature community event, scheduled for Saturday, March 1, 2014, will feature a theme of "Moonlight and Magnolias, An Evening of Southern Elegance."

In preparation for this premier black tie event, it was also announced that Martha Dunlap will serve as the Honorary Chair. "A pillar of the Greenwood community, Mrs. Dunlap's influence and participation in many of the past Mid-Winter Balls made her a natural choice. It is our honor having her serve in this role," commented Chip Stockman, chairman of the Self Regional Healthcare Foundation Board of Trustees.  

The event will be held at The Little River Multicultural Complex in Hodges and has been sold out the past four years. "Guests can anticipate an elegant evening with elegant Southern décor," commented Mrs. Shingler. "In addition, guests will be invited to enjoy a succulent, Southern-inspired menu and dancing to returning band sensation, Sleeping Booty. Both Jane and I look forward to a delightful evening supporting Self Regional's mission of bringing advanced care closer to home." 

Since its inception, the Mid-Winter Ball has raised more than $2.6 million for Self Regional Healthcare. Tickets for the ball will be available beginning in December. For additional information, visit www.selfregionalfoundation.org or call the Foundation office at (864) 725-4256.