Black & White Masquerade sponsored by Pioneers Healthcare Foundation

WPX Energy presented the Pioneers Healthcare Foundation with a $25,000 check on Saturday night to help support the new enhanced service areas at Pioneers Medical Center, such as pediatric care and chemotherapy services. From left to right are: Ken Harman, the CEO of Pioneers Medical Center; Trina Zagar-Brown, chairman of Pioneers Healthcare Foundation; Paul Fortunato, WPX production specialist; Jeff Kirtland, WPX senior communications specialist; Ashlee Fechino, WPX regulatory specialist; and Margie Joy, Pioneers Healthcare Foundation director. In addition, the foundation awarded $6,000 in scholarships to assist area residents who are pursuing careers in health care. Recipients were Willis Begaye, Kathyrn Doll, Torrie Gerloff, Alexis Gutierrez and Taylor Neilson.

WPX Energy presented the Pioneers Healthcare Foundation with a $25,000 check on Saturday night to help support the new enhanced service areas at Pioneers Medical Center, such as pediatric care and chemotherapy services. From left to right are: Ken Harman, the CEO of Pioneers Medical Center; Trina Zagar-Brown, chairman of Pioneers Healthcare Foundation; Paul Fortunato, WPX production specialist; Jeff Kirtland, WPX senior communications specialist; Ashlee Fechino, WPX regulatory specialist; and Margie Joy, Pioneers Healthcare Foundation director. In addition, the foundation awarded $6,000 in scholarships to assist area residents who are pursuing careers in health care. Recipients were Willis Begaye, Kathyrn Doll, Torrie Gerloff, Alexis Gutierrez and Taylor Neilson.

Pioneers Medical Center CEO Ken Harman welcomed more than 200 residents and supporters to the PMC/Pioneers Healthcare Foundation’s 2014 Annual Springs Gala Black and White Masquerade Ball fund-raiser on Saturday night at the Fairfield Center. In the next year, the foundation will be working to gather the resources to add enhanced services to the the Pioneers Medical Center.

Pioneers Medical Center CEO Ken Harman welcomed more than 200 residents and supporters to the PMC/Pioneers Healthcare Foundation’s 2014 Annual Springs Gala Black and White Masquerade Ball fundraiser on Saturday night at the Fairfield Center. In the next year, the foundation will be working to gather the resources to add enhanced services to the the Pioneers Medical Center.

The blackjack and craps tables stayed busy after dinner at the 2014 Spring Gala Black and White Masquerade Ball fundraiser Saturday night at the Fairfield Center in Meeker. The fundraiser benefited Pioneers Medical Center/Pioneers Healthcare Foundation in its drive to raise money for chemotherapy and infusion treatment services at the new Pioneer Medical Center. Dealers from Full House Casino in Denver served as dealers and croupiers.

The blackjack and craps tables stayed busy after dinner at the 2014 Spring Gala Black and White Masquerade Ball fundraiser Saturday night at the Fairfield Center in Meeker. The fundraiser benefited Pioneers Medical Center/Pioneers Healthcare Foundation in its drive to raise money for chemotherapy and infusion treatment services at the new Pioneer Medical Center. Dealers from Full House Casino in Denver served as dealers and croupiers.

Roughly 140 people enjoyed the 2014 Spring Gala Black and White Masquerade Ball fundraiser for Pioneers Medical Center on Saturday night at the Fairfield Center in Meeker. Catered by Halandras Catering, the event featured cocktail hour, dinner, a silent auction, dancing, blackjack and craps tables along with a few brief speeches and check presentations.

Roughly 140 people enjoyed the 2014 Spring Gala Black and White Masquerade Ball fundraiser for Pioneers Medical Center on Saturday night at the Fairfield Center in Meeker. Catered by Halandras Catering, the event featured cocktail hour, dinner, a silent auction, dancing, blackjack and craps tables along with a few brief speeches and check presentations.

Couples spent much of the evening dancing to the music of the Matt Holliday Band as part of  the 2014 Gala Black and White Masquerade Ball on Saturday night at the Fairfield Center in Meeker. The event was a fundraiser for the Pioneers Medical Center/Pioneers Health Foundation with the funds going to support the new Pioneer Medical Center’s chemotherapy and infusion treatment services.

Couples spent much of the evening dancing to the music of the Matt Holliday Band as part of the 2014 Gala Black and White Masquerade Ball on Saturday night at the Fairfield Center in Meeker. The event was a fundraiser for the Pioneers Medical Center/Pioneers Health Foundation with the funds going to support the new Pioneer Medical Center’s chemotherapy and infusion treatment services.

Employees of Full House Casino in Denver worked as dealers and croupiers for Saturday night’s 2014 Spring Gala Black and White Masquerade Ball at the Fairfield Center in Meeker as part of the casino night portion of the fundraiser. The tables stayed full for the night as participants were vying to see who could make the most funny money.

Employees of Full House Casino in Denver worked as dealers and croupiers for Saturday night’s 2014 Spring Gala Black and White Masquerade Ball at the Fairfield Center in Meeker as part of the casino night portion of the fundraiser. The tables stayed full for the night as participants were vying to see who could make the most funny money.

Meeker Pastor Jon Laughlin, right, and Kristina Lubner, left, took the masquerade part of the Black and White Masquerade Ball on Saturday night quite seriously. Most attendees were in blacks, whites and a mix of the two while about 20 of those in attendance at the fund-raiser event for Pioneers Medical Center/Pioneers Healthcare Foundation wore full masks.

Meeker Pastor Jon Laughlin, right, and Kristina Lubner, left, took the masquerade part of the Black and White Masquerade Ball on Saturday night quite seriously. Most attendees were in blacks, whites and a mix of the two while about 20 of those in attendance at the fund-raiser event for Pioneers Medical Center/Pioneers Healthcare Foundation wore full masks.

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