Celebrating the City — Heart Ball

The 30th Annual Heart Ball

 

Chaired by Jim Brewer and Amy Thomas, the 30th annual Heart Ball was held in late February at The Chattanoogan hotel. All proceeds from the black tie event went toward research and programs funded by the American Heart Association.

 

Photos by Michael Hampton


 

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Jim & Sandra Brewer and Amy & Jamie Thomas


 

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Elizabeth & Chris Collins, Bob & Lisa Franklin, and Mike & Lynnette Alston


 

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Lynn & John Anderson and Phyllis & Grady Williams


 

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Ashlie & Jim Henderson and Kelly & Jake Brown


 

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Blake Hixson, Carly Brewer, Karrie Fulkerson, and Dave Lang


 

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Marty & Heatherly Taylor


 

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Mica Morgan, Christina Morgan, and Chris Henry


 

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Mica Morgan, Christina Morgan, and Chris Henry

 

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