Cumberland University's Jeanette C. Rudy School of Nursing and Health Professions is pleased to announce that the annual "Notes for Nurses" fundraiser will be held on Saturday, September 23, 2017 at 6:30 p.m. at the Lebanon Municipal Airport - LoJac Hangar.
The evening will start with a VIP pre-event reception to be held at the new airport terminal. Headlining this year's event will be Jonell Mosser, a popular and much loved Nashville songstress. There will be a cocktail reception (cash bar), dinner, live music, dancing and live auction.
This year's event co-chairs are Jodi Pennington, Vice President of operations for American National Home Health based in Lebanon, and Pam McAteer, a Partner & Consultant with Dental Group Transformations of Nashville. The honorary chair of the event is Dr. Cristy Stumb, a CU alumna and former faculty member, who now owns and operates Stumb Healthcare Professionals, a primary care clinic in Carthage.
Proceeds from the event will help fund nursing scholarships and high-tech simulation equipment to train students.
Over the past four years, the event's impact includes:
- Over $200,000 in cash, pledges and sponsorship raised for simulation equipment and scholarship support.
- Two simulators purchased including a mother-birthing simulator ("SimMom") and a child simulator ("SimJunior").
- Two students have been awarded a Nursing Advisory Council Nursing Scholarship at $3,000 each.
- 1,600 guests have attended.
- 250 volunteers - students and community leaders.
Table sponsorships are available for $500 for table of 8 guests; $750 for a VIP table of 8 guests (Includes VIP reception prior to main event at 5:30 pm). An 'After Party' will take place in the LoJac hangar with DJ music provided by Hawk Specialties and snacks.
Tickets: are $50 for general admission; $75 general/VIP reception admission.
For more information about the Jeanette C. Rudy School of Nursing and Health Professions, visit www.cumberland.edu.
Cumberland University has one of the longest, richest histories of any higher education institution in the state. Founded in 1842, the University flourishes today with exceptional faculty and fully-accredited academic programs steeped in the liberal arts, including three distinct schools: the Rudy School of Nursing and Health Professions; the School of Humanities, Education, and the Arts; and the Labry School of Science, Technology, and Business. With a student body approaching 2,000, 25 percent of whom live on campus, our unique residential living and learning experience allows students to find their sense of belonging. Athletics also are a strength of Cumberland University, as its teams in 20 sports regularly compete for conference and national championships. Its world-renowned baseball team has claimed the NAIA national championship title three times since 2004. At Cumberland University you can Learn What's Possible!