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2020 S-R Heart Ball Committee members announced

The Salisbury-Rowan Heart Fund Ball committee members recently held a meeting at the home of Vickie and Victor Wallace to begin planning the 2016 Heart Ball to be held at the Country Club of Salisbury on Feb. 8.

This year’s event raised more than $24,000 for the Community Care Clinic heart-related patient care and Rowan Salisbury School System, Healthy Rowan Research.

The members of the 2020 Heart Ball Committee are:

President/Chair: Vickie and Victor Wallace
Vice President/Treasurer: Lori and Charles Graeber
Secretary: Barbara and Cliff Sorel
Past President: Heather and Brad Brady
Jessica and Nick Goodman
Sandy and Stan Jordan
Fran and Gavin Misner
Kim and Kyle Davis
Lesleigh and John Drye
Emily and Wesley Graham
Angela and Sam Roy
Brooks and Trent Busby
Julie and John Hlavacek
Allison and Robert Ogden
Virginia and Mark Robertson

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