It’s a fitting tribute for a legacy as large as Noblesville.
Courtney Cox Cole’s recent loss in her battle against cancer impacted a community. On Nov. 2, the Riverview Health Foundation Masquerade Ball will try to create a rather positive impact at Embassy Suites by Hilton Noblesville.
The Ball is being held to raise funds and celebrate the generosity of donors for supporting the newly named Courtney Cox Cole Infusion Center, which will begin serving patients in November.
“The new and improved design of the infusion center includes several ideas and suggestions from Courtney and her family, which includes her parents, Dave and Jackie Cox, and sister and brother-in-law, Monica and Darren Peck, who experienced first-hand the previous infusion center. We are so excited to see the positive impact it will have on our future patients,” said Megan Wiles, executive director of Riverview Health Foundation.
In the Courtney Cox Cole Infusion Center, the space will feel more welcoming with a soothing color-scheme, plenty of natural light and calming artwork and is designed to accommodate a variety of needs and patient preferences.
“Courtney and her family have strong ties with the Noblesville community and Riverview Health, and while her fight against cancer may be over—her courage, determination, will, spirit and generosity will continue in the Courtney Cox Cole Infusion Center,” Wiles said.
Highlights of the Masquerade Ball include a silent auction with unique gift baskets and once-in-a-lifetime experiences, and a live auction with exciting vacation opportunities, rounds of golf at private clubs, Noblesville Fire and Police Department experiences, and much more. The evening will include entertainment from the band American Cheese.
A special thanks goes to American Structurepoint and Krieg DeVault as Gold Sponsors and BMO Harris Bank and Gaylor Electric as Silver Sponsors of the event. CarDon and Associates and Riverview Health Medical Staff are Entertainment sponsors for this event as well.