Solis/Bravo concert, CD release to benefit free mammograms for local women

Through the generosity of the South Lake County community, funds are available to cover the cost of a mammogram screening.

MEDIA CONTACT

Kim Couch
352.241.7122
kim.couch@orlandohealth.com

CLERMONT, Fla. — Grammy-award nominees and achievement winning musicians will reunite with local businessman and community leader Carlos Solis for his comeback to music on Saturday, Oct. 25, at the Clermont Arts and Recreation Center.

Inspired by his wife's heroic battle with breast cancer, songwriter and acoustic guitarist Solis joins Jerry Bravo, Richard Bravo, Jackson King, Camilo Valencia, Carlos Oliva and other world-renowned musicians for a night of jazz, swing, big band, BossaNova, Latin, R&B and beach/shag, all while supporting the free mammogram program at South Lake Hospital. Doors open at 6 p.m. and the concert will begin at 7:15 p.m. Food and beverages will be available for cash purchase.

Tickets are $30 each and may be purchased at www.southlakehospital.com, or from any of the following locations:

  • LiveWell Fitness Center
  • Graphics Direct
  • Troy’s Cuban Deli
  • Tony Hubbard Realty
  • Cornerstone Music
  • Fifth Third Bank
  • Bacchus Vino
  • Pure Wellness Company
  • Beef O’Brady’s
  • Minneola City Hall

Sponsors of the event include:

  • Fifth Third Bank
  • Schmid Construction
  • Vista Clinical Diagnosticsi
  • Boyette, Cummings and Nailos, P.A.
  • Tony Hubbard Realty

Copies of the Solis/Bravo CD will also be available for purchase at the event.

Through the generosity of the South Lake County community, funds are available to cover the cost of a screening mammogram at the hospital’s Centre for Women’s Health for South Lake County women who meet residency and financial qualifications. Call 352.241.7135 to see if you qualify. To donate to the mammography fund and help other women receive this lifesaving screening, call 352-394-4071, ext. 4406.

About LiveWell South Lake Hospital Campus:
The LiveWell South Lake Hospital Campus includes the 122-bed non-profit hospital, in partnership with Orlando Health, Centre for Women’s Health, LiveWell Fitness Center, National Training Center, South Lake Endoscopy Center, South Lake Surgery Center and campus partners Special Olympics Florida, Brandy Johnson Global Gymnastics and several medical office buildings. South Lake Hospital has been serving the healthcare needs of the South Lake community since 1947 and employs 1,100 employees and has more than 200 physicians on its medical staff. The campus focuses on preventative healthcare through health, sports and fitness programming.

September 03, 2014, in South Lake Hospital News