LifeFest Raises More Than $80,000


​LifeFest is considered Medina County’s largest philanthropic event with proceeds supporting patients and families served through Hospice of the Western Reserve’s Medina Hospice Care Center.

This year, 244 attended, celebrated the 29th consecutive year of the event and raised more than $80,000, including proceeds from the live and silent auctions. Most popular items? Sunny Florida holidays, a well-curated wine collection and a diamond necklace.
Check out the photo array from the April 22 gala at the Weymouth Country Club. Read the article and see plenty more photos at the Medina County Life website.

LifeFest 2016









Pictured at top of story: Sherri Patterson and Bonnie Skoda
Top row, (L-R): Lauryn Wermer and Dennis Berry; Brian and Annette Finley;  Cindy Pisczek and Bob Plona; Hospice of the Western Reserve President and CEO Bill Finn;  Mistress of Ceremonies, Janie Parish, and Honorary Chairman Arno Kremer, General Manager of Yours Truly Restaurant-Medina. 

Second row, (L-R): The LifeFest auction booklet; Robert and Susan Morrow; Russ and Angela Huston; Denny and Carol Lenk.

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