The Returned Denim & Diamonds Sold Out
The well-known community event, Denim & Diamonds event, is sold out after a year hiatus.
Denim & Diamonds is planned by the Cheyenne Regional Medical Center Foundation. Proceeds obtained goes towards specific area of need. This year the funds will go towards what is phrased as, “mother/baby” or NICU. Ultimately the focus of the Denim & Diamonds event is to support community growth by welcoming the newest citizens of the community with excellent healthcare.
Approximately 1240 infants are delivered at CRMC annually. This is in addition to conducting more than 1,400 outpatient lactation consultation visits a year and providing “TenderCare” visits with pregnant and postpartum patients. A staff of 77 provides these services and demand is increasing each day.
“In celebration of Laramie County Community College’s shared vision for community healthcare and ongoing efforts in supporting a growing community. We selected Dr. Joe Schaffer, President of LCCC, and his wife, Brooke, as our 2018 Denim & Diamonds Honorary Chairs. The partnership between the Community College and the Hospital is extensive. LCCC provides the excellent education & training for our workforce. Therefore we thought they are a great fit for representing this year’s selected project.” Shared the Cheyenne Regional Medical Center Foundation Denim & Diamonds Committee.
Want to still support? The CRMC is selling After-Party tickets for the event because of the high demand in event sales. Also, donations are accepted at anytime by the Cheyenne Regional Medical Center Foundation.