Celebrate the Solstice with Coach Vermeil and Support a New Breast Health Center

Summer Solstice Celebrity Bartender Fundraiser

WEST CHESTER, PA – Join the community for a vibrant Solstice Party to raise funds for a new Breast Health Center at Chester County Hospital. The event will take place on June 20 from 5:30 to 8:30 p.m. at World of Beer, located at 102 Main St., Ste 100 in Exton.

Former Philadelphia Eagles coach Dick Vermeil, Fox29 meteorologist Drew Anderson, and “Elvis” will be among the regional celebrities attending. Guests can enjoy pints served by celebrity guest bartenders and show their appreciation through generous cash tips, all benefiting the new Breast Health Center.

Attendees will have the opportunity to meet Dick and Carol Vermeil, Chester County Commissioner Eric Roe, State Senator Carolyn Comitta, and Michael Duncan, president and CEO of Chester County Hospital. This family-friendly event promises an evening of fun and philanthropy.

The party includes a 50/50 drawing and a Phillies raffle basket featuring tickets to a summer game. There is no entrance fee for the event. Attendees are encouraged to bring cash for donations and raffle participation. A QR code will be available for those who prefer to donate by credit card.

Sponsored by the Women’s Auxiliary to Chester County Hospital, this Solstice Party aims to support the Auxiliary’s $2 million pledge towards the new Breast Health Center. The Center will offer expanded capacity, the latest technology, and vital services in one convenient location, enhancing cancer care for the community.

The Women’s Auxiliary has been a cornerstone of support for Chester County Hospital for over 130 years. With more than 300 dedicated members, they raise over $600,000 annually through special events and projects. Their commitment significantly impacts the hospital’s mission to improve community health.

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Celebrate the Solstice with regional celebrities and make a difference. Your participation helps advance essential healthcare services in the community.

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