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ONE Night to Make a Difference 2015

ONE Night 2015 Draws Largest Crowd Ever For Annual Gala

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More than 900 Mid-Southerners supported the life-saving work of the Foundation by attending ONE Night 2015 on Saturday, March 28 at the Cook Convention Center. As the Foundation’s largest fundraiser of the year, ONE Night helps provide the state-of-the-art medical equipment and specialized training that save lives every day throughout the Regional One Health system.

To kick off the event, Dr. Reginald Coopwood, CEO of Regional One Health, reminded the crowd of the tremendous impact their support has on our community.

“NO ONE WAKES UP IN THE MORNING AND KNOWS THAT TODAY IS THE DAY THEY WILL HAVE AN ACCIDENT AND BE FACED WITH LIFE-THREATENING INJURIES, BUT EACH DAY PEOPLE FIND THEMSELVES AT REGIONAL ONE HEALTH IN DIRE NEED OF OUR SERVICES.” – DR. COOPWOOD

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The event co-chairs, Alison Barton, Sally Pace, Susan Arney and Nikki McVean, pictured with Regional One Health CEO, Dr. Reginald Coopwood. The co-chairs are an integral part of ONE Night’s success.


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A record number of guests danced the night away to many old-school, chart-topping hits at this year’s event.


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Memphis’ own, The Bar-Kays got the entertainment started with their unique mix of soul and funk.


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The Pointer Sisters had the crowd on their feet.


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Soul legends, The O’Jays closed out the night with some of their all-time favorites, including the hit, “Love Train.”

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