South Lake Hospital Foundation to hold Inaugural Starry Night Gala

The evening begins at 6 p.m. with cocktails and a silent auction, followed by a buffet dinner, program, and live auction.


Kim Couch
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CLERMONT, Fla. — The South Lake Hospital Foundation will hold its inaugural Starry Night Charity Gala on Saturday, March 21, 2015, at the Magnolia House of Trilogy, 100 Falling Acorn Ave., Groveland, FL. Proceeds will benefit vital services and programs at South Lake Hospital, including the hospital’s Center for Robotics, programs and services at the Centre for Women’s Health and youth fitness initiatives on the South Lake Hospital LiveWell Campus.

The evening begins at 6:00 p.m. with cocktails and a silent auction, followed by a buffet dinner, program, and live auction. Guests are encouraged to bring their cell phones to use for mobile bidding during the evening via text message.

Entertainment will be presented by the Z Street Band, one of Florida’s most versatile, prestigious and sought after musical groups that plays swing, jazz, rock, pop, R&B and contemporary hits of today.

Premium sponsors to date include South Lake Pain Institute, South Lake Anesthesia, Boykin Construction, Vascular Specialists of Central Florida, Walt Disney World Resort, Akers Media, Ford Press and Charity Magazine. Sponsorships are still available and tickets are $150 per person with all net proceeds supporting the South Lake Hospital Foundation. Silent and live auction items are also appreciated.

Semi-formal attire is encouraged for the event. To reserve a seat or be a sponsor of the gala, call 352.536.8771, email [email protected], or purchase individual tickets online at

Kasey Kesselring, headmaster of Montverde Academy, is this year’s honorary chair of the event. The South Lake Hospital Foundation board president is Leslie Hyatt.

About South Lake Hospital:
The South Lake Hospital Campus includes the 122-bed non-profit hospital, in affiliation 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 250 physicians on its medical staff. The campus focuses on preventative healthcare through education, sports and fitness programming. For more information please visit