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These Docs Don’t Miss a Beat!

Doctors in Concert - Children's CareWhat do you get when you combine great music, talented physicians and a gorgeous acoustic venue? We call it Doctors in Concert.  The fun begins at the Washington Pavilion on March 13 at 7 PM.

Doctors in Concert features many well-known physicians whose talents far exceed their bedside manner and diagnostic abilities. These physicians can sing, play instruments beautifully and even dance! Jazz, classical, rock, bluegrass and more will be performed by local physicians as a fundraiser for our children. The show will also feature a ballroom dancing exhibition by several doctors and their spouses.

Here is the list of talent scheduled to perform:

  • Dr. Wilson T. Asfora
  • Dr. Scott & Beth Boyens
  • Dr. Christopher Carlisle
  • Dr. Nancy L. Carrol the Crab Grass Crew with Dr. Lisa Ellis
  • Dr. Mary Helen Harris
  • Dr. Les & Cherie Heddleston
  • Dr. Terri A. Peterson-Henry
  • Dr. Shirley Kunkel
  • Dr’s. Miroslaw & Wioleta Mazurczak
  • Dr. Mike & Jean McHale
  • Dr. Marian S. Petrasko
  • Dr. Mark Berdahl & Bonita Schwan
  • Dr. Kirke Wheeler
  • Dr’s. David & Candace Ziegler

When the doctors are done, the fun will continue with an on-stage St. Patrick’s Day party featuring Mike Connor and the Shamrockers.  A silent auction and refreshments will also be made available at this time.  During this time we will also announce the winner of $10,000 in our Raffle contest.  You can register at  Chances are one in 250 you can win - so take that Power Ball!  Register today!

Don’t miss out on this entertaining evening by calling the Pavilion ticket office at 367-6000!  Tickets are just $17 per person.


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"Of course the best part of working at Children's Care are the kids and families I meet everyday. The courage, passion and love that you feel from them is amazing and makes me feel very blessed to be part of this organization. I also love working among individuals of various educational backgrounds because I am able to learn something new everyday from them. Everyone is always so willing to volunteer to lend a hand or answer a question when asked."
– Megan J., Rehab Center Therapy Supervisor