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22nd Annual Patchin Westin Event held

AUGUSTA, GA (WFXG) -

The 22nd Annual Art Patchin and Will Westin Celebration took place Sunday evening at the Augusta Country Club.

More than 300 people were in attendance in support of the University Health Care Foundation. All of the proceeds from ticket sales and live and silent auctions benefit patient financial support in the Augusta area.

University Health Care Foundation President Laurie Ott says the community support has grown each year for this event.

"It speaks a lot and says a lot about our community that people want to be generous with their Sunday nights," Ott said. "They want to be generous with their financial support, and most certainly they want to be generous in support of University Hospital's mission to take care of the community and we're very grateful for that."

The event expected to raise $100,000. If you would like to donate to the cause, visit their website or call 706-667-0030.

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