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Save the Date for Our Spring Event: “Mystery at Our Class Reunion”

Tuesday, January 8th, 2013

St. Mary’s Health System’s Development Office would like to invite you to attend their spring event, “Mystery at Our Class Reunion,” a mystery dinner theater that takes place at a high school class reunion created by Mystery for Hire (www.mysteryforhire.com).

The event will be held on Saturday, March 2, 2013 at The Royal Oak Room in Lewiston, Maine at 6:00 pm.

The evening will begin with a social hour where you will have time to visit friends and browse the silent auction tables. Guests will enjoy scrumptious hors d’oeuvres and a fine dining experience prepared by Personal Touch Catering of Buxton, Maine. Following dinner, Mystery for Hire will set the stage for the mystery. The suspects will be introduced, formally interrogated and the audience will solve the crime and pronounce the sentence. Everyone can participate and anyone can be a suspect! Once the mystery is solved there will be a DJ to play the popular tunes of your day and dancing will commence.

Don’t miss out! Please consider joining us for this unique night of mystery and intrigue!! Tickets are $75 per person or $65 if purchased on or before February 13, 2013. Tables of eight are $500. For more info, contact Mary at 207-755-3366 or email at mellingwood@stmarysmaine.com. All attendees are encouraged to wear attire from the year they graduated!

Dance in Time hosted by St. Mary’s Health System Development Office was a Great Success

Monday, April 4th, 2011
 

Jim Lawlor, Frank Vallee, Pauline Cortellino, Deb Anthoine, Beth Emerson, and Mary Desjardins

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 The Royal Oak Room’s resident chef Scott Johnson prepared hors d’oeuvres of poached lobster cheesecake and a savory mushroom strudel. The dinner started with a baby arugula salad and was followed by a choice of seared strip beef loin with rosemary red wine reduction and cod encrusted in flaky phyllo or a vegetarian meal of crispy trio squash with eggplant and rosemary.

The nine-piece Bob Charest Band brought the audience to their feet, playing tunes from throughout the last 75 years. A live auction brought the highest net revenue for a live fundraising auction for St. Mary’s since 1997! A cruise on Casco Bay, a getaway to Abaco in the Bahamas, and the ever popular Fish Bones American Grill participation dinner were some of the most sought after items.

St. Mary’s board member Mark Anthoine and his wife Deb served as the event’s champions and were pleased to announce that this event was a huge success, raising over $50,000! The net proceeds will benefit St. Mary’s Regional Medical Center’s Operating Room instrumentation and equipment needs. St. Mary’s opened six brand new surgical suites early this year.

Have You Purchased Your Tickets?

Tuesday, March 1st, 2011

You’re Invited to Dance in Time
At the Historic Royal Oak Room

St. Mary’s Development Office and event co-chairs Mark and Deb Anthoine hope you will consider attending this exciting new event, Dance in Time, Saturday, March 19, 6:00 pm at the Royal Oak Room, in Lewiston.  

The evening will feature a champagne social hour, hors d’oeuvres, an exquisite dinner, and live auction.  Then dance the night away to the fabulous sounds of the Bob Charest Band, voted Maine’s Best Band ~ 2009 Maine Sunday Telegram Audience Readers Poll. 

Originally constructed in 1916, the Royal Oak Room was once the general waiting room of the Lewiston Station for the Maine Central Railroad for hundreds of passengers as they traveled to and from Quebec, Boston, New York, and points beyond.  This exquisite and unique space is named for its elegant ambience and historical features.

Proceeds will benefit St. Mary’s Health System as we continue to provide superior service to our patients, their families, and our community.

Don’t miss out on this opportunity to dress up, see the renovated grand ballroom at the Lewiston Train Station, and dance the night away!  We hope you will join us!

Tickets are $100 per person and $700 for a table of 8.

For more information and details, please contact Mary at 755-3366 or visit our website.