MATTHEW WALKER COMPREHENSIVE HEALTH CENTER ANNOUNCES 55TH ANNIVERSARY “EPIC” MASQUERADE GALA
Event to take place October 20 at GEODIS Park Premier Club
NASHVILLE, Tenn. (September 20, 2023) – Matthew Walker Comprehensive Health Center (MWCHC), Nashville’s oldest non-profit health center, has announced further details surrounding their 55th Anniversary EPIC Masquerade Gala. The event takes place Friday, October 20 from 7:00 – 10:00 PM at GEODIS Park Premier Club (501 Benton Avenue). Tickets are available now here.
MWCHC invites the community to take part in an evening of Entertainment, Philanthropy, and Involvement in the Community (EPIC). EPIC will feature performances from magician Richard Green (“The Magic Conjurer” from House of Cards), as well as music from The Nashville Soul Experience – led by local favorite Jason Eskridge – and live DJs following. Guests will also be treated to delicious culinary offerings and a silent auction featuring artwork from a variety of artists.
“The first EPIC celebration took place in 2018 in honor of MWCHC’s 50th anniversary, and we are beyond excited to bring the party back for our 55th,” said Katina Beard, CEO of MWCHC. “This year’s event will be bigger and better than before, and we can’t wait to celebrate with our community.”
MWCHC’s 55th Anniversary EPIC Masquerade Gala is made possible by Exceeding the Vision Sponsor Surgery Partners; Vision Builder Sponsor Meharry Vanderbilt Alliance; Friends of the Vision Sponsors Amerigroup and Sheats Endodontic Group; EPIC Experience Sponsor BNA; Entertainment Sponsor Nashville Convention and Visitors Corp; and Media Sponsor The Tennessee Tribune.
About Matthew Walker Comprehensive Health Center: Matthew Walker Comprehensive Health Center is a non-profit medical center providing affordable and quality healthcare to patients in the Middle Tennessee and surrounding areas. MWCHC is dedicated to providing state-of-the-art care to all patients regardless of economic status, with its three facilities in Nashville, Clarksville and Smyrna reaching almost 17,000 patients a year.