28 Jan 2010 New Year’s celebration benefits St. Anthony’s
Seventy-five guests rang in the New Year atop Petit Jean Mountain with dinner, dancing and live music by Flashback, a classic rock band based out of Morrilton.
St. Anthony’s Medical Center – founded in 1925 by the Benedictine Sisters of St. Scholastica in Fort Smith – and its parent organization, St. Vincent Health System, are part of Catholic Health Initiatives, a national network of hospitals.
The Winthrop Rockefeller Institute of the University of Arkansas System is an educational institute and conference center. Committed to acting as a catalyst, its vision involves combining the legacy and ideas of Gov. Winthrop Rockefeller with the resources and expertise of the state’s largest university system. Its mission is to develop diverse programs that nurture ideas, policies and activities to make life better in Arkansas.
The Rockefeller Institute accomplishes its mission by offering a variety of workshops, seminars, public lectures, conferences and special events. To learn more, call 501.727.5435 or visit www.uawri.org.