Kenosha, Wis. – The second annual Infinity Ball will be held 6 p.m., Saturday, Oct.15 at the University of Wisconsin-Parkside, to support patient programs and services at Aurora Medical Center in Kenosha.
This year’s honorary chairpersons are AJ Capelli, MD, a family practice physician at Aurora Medical Center in Kenosha, and his wife, Julie Capelli, RN, a program leader and certified nurse assistant instructor at Gateway Technical College.
Chris Olson, vice president and chief administrative officer, Aurora Medical Center in Kenosha, said she is grateful for the Capelli’s support.
“Dr. Capelli has touched so many lives over his years as a physician in our community and at our medical center,” Olson said. “He and his wife truly exemplify compassion, generosity and commitment to service in our community. We are grateful to have such dedicated supporters.”
Dr. Capelli said the fundraiser is an important part of community support.
“Julie and I are honored to chair the second annual Infinity Ball,” Dr. Capelli said. “We are looking forward to a successful event that will raise much-needed funds to help people in our community live well. We look forward to sharing the night with so many of those in our community who share our passion for finding ways to give back to our community.”
The black-tie optional event begins at 6 p.m. at the University Ballroom, 900 Wood Road. Tickets are $100 each. Sponsorship opportunities are also available. For more information, contact Jennifer Stephens at 262-741-2600 or email@example.com.
Aurora Health Care is a not-for-profit Wisconsin health care provider and a nationally recognized leader in efforts to improve the quality of health care. Aurora offers services at sites in more than 90 communities throughout eastern Wisconsin and northern Illinois.
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