MARTINSBURG, W.Va. - West Virginia Gov. Joe Manchin will serve as the keynote speaker for City Hospital's centennial celebration dinner Oct. 21 at the Holiday Inn in Martinsburg.
The dinner marks the conclusion of a yearlong celebration in recognition of the hospital's 100th anniversary.
Tickets for the dinner are available at $40 per person, priced to cover the cost of the meal as well as the commemorative gift. A limited number of corporate sponsors are being solicited to contribute funds that will be used to support City Hospital's new outpatient cancer treatment center on the second floor.
"We hope to raise a minimum of $10,000 in proceeds from the corporate sponsors," Teresa McCabe, City Hospital's director of marketing and development, said in a news release.
The centennial dinner begins with social time at 6:30 p.m. and dinner at 7. The program will follow and include Manchin and remarks by Dr. Robert D'Alessandri, vice president of health sciences at West Virginia University.