Celebrating the City – Celebration of Life & Hope

In September, the Austin Hatcher Foundation for Pediatric Cancer hosted the 8th annual Celebration of Life & Hope at Stratton Hall. All funds from the evening went to support Hatch’s House of Hope, a regional psycho-oncology center dedicated to supporting families dealing with the effects of pediatric cancer.

Photos by Michael Hampton


Dr. Jessica Scotchie, Madyson Foster, and Michelle Scotchie


Amy Jo Osborn with Grey and Amy Christie


Ann Marie Eichelberger, Amy Ford, and Kelly Alling


Dr. Peter and Courtney Lund with Dr. Chris Lesar


Tiffany Whaley, Ashley Graham, Heather Hatfield, and Crissy Furrow


Shannon Knight, Jenny Card, Robbie Lauren, and Kellye Collins


Dottie and David McCallen with Caroline and Blake Kaylor


Teri Yates, Carol Malone, Tina Creek, and Mark Rowlands


Sheena and Dusty Rowland


Rob and Michelle Donina

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