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Derby Divas

Be a Derby Diva and Join the Fun!

Due to the COVID-19 pandemic, the 2020 in-person event is postponed to next year on Thursday, April 15, 2021. However, we have some socially distant and virtual ways you still can join in on the fun this year in to help fund mammograms for underserved women in our community!

  • Shop at Rodes For Him and For Her the week of Aug. 17 and 20% of proceeds will benefit Derby Divas. Call Rodes For Him and For Her at (502) 753-7633 for reservations to shop in small groups.
  • We invite you to gather a few of your girlfriends, make an Oaks Lily drink and join us on Thursday, Aug. 20, at 7 p.m. on Facebook Live for a special Derby Divas program.
  • Make a donation of $35 or more and receive $5 off your 2021 Derby Divas admission.

Make a Donation

Choose Norton Healthcare Foundation and write Derby Divas in the “other” box.

Save the date for April 15, 2021, as we honor 2021 honoree Kimberley Marek.

Proceeds benefit the Norton Healthcare Breast Health Program, including the Norton Healthcare Mobile Prevention Center and Derby Divas Breast Health Center at Norton Women’s & Children’s Hospital.

Win a Weekend Getaway to The Greenbrier!

$50 per ticket

Purchase a Raffle Ticket

Two-night accommodations for two at The Greenbrier resort in White Sulphur Springs, West Virginia

Choice of one round of golf or tennis

$500 resort credit

Dates based on availability. Blackout dates apply. Transportation not included.

Drawing will be held Aug. 20, 2020, at 7:45 p.m. EDT during the Derby Divas Facebook Live event at Rodes For Him and For Her. Need not be present to win. Net proceeds from the raffle support breast health at Norton Cancer Institute through the Norton Healthcare Foundation, tax ID 31-0914919. Charitable gaming license #ORG: 0002366. The IRS has adopted the position that the ticket price is not deductible as a charitable donation for federal income tax purposes.

Presenting Sponsors

The Diaz Family Foundation

Diamond Sponsors

The Austin and Jane Musselman Foundation

Julia and William Carstanjen

Beth and David Scinta

Gold Sponsors

Augusta Brown Holland Philanthropic Foundation

Brooke Brown Barzun

Cassis Dermatology & Aesthetics Center

Stacy and Michael Houlihan

Independence Bank

Amy and Sterling Lapinski

Angela and Danny Tafel

Fran and Matthew Thornton

Uproar Films

Lori Warren, M.D., founder of Pass the Pearls Foundation and Spa V

Debbie and Lawson Whiting

Wiltshire Pantry

Silver Sponsors

Beverage Control Inc.

Burbank & Collins PSC – Wynter Reneaux Collins

Shelly and Ben Breier

Sarah and Campbell Brown

Byerly Ford-Nissan Inc.

CBI Insurance Agency Inc.

The Cox Family

Details Furniture Gallery and Design

Drybar Louisville

Forefront Dermatology

Jordan Clines Jewelers

The indiGO Blue Family Foundation

Kim and Edwin Lewis

Limestone Title & Escrow

Kimberley and Barry Marek

Mizuguchi Plastic Surgery

Trina and Jay O’Brien

Old National Bank

ProRehab Physical Therapy

The Underwriters Group Inc.

U.S. Bank

In Honor of Kimberley Marek

Commonwealth Bank & Trust

Duane Realty & Development LLC

Meritrust Wealth Management

National League of Junior Cotillions

Wagner Family Dentistry

 

Supporting Sponsors

Axxis Inc.

Brown-Forman Corp.

Steve Buttleman

Cassis Dermatology & Aesthetics Center

Chris Joyce Photography

Christine A. Moore Millinery

Cindy Borders Jewelry

Louisville Stoneware

Trish McEvoy

Najla’s Specialty Foods

Nanz & Kraft Florists

Old Town Wine & Spirits Inc.

Universal Linen

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Hosted by

Wanda Anderson
Shelly Breier
Julia Carstanjen
Jessica Clines
Wynter Reneaux Collins
Kathy Cox
Viki Diaz
Jane Ferguson
Erin Frazier
Stacy Houlihan
Lynda Lambert
Kim Lewis
Jerri Richard
Beth Scinta
Heather Sexton
Angela Tafel
Barbie Tafel
Fran Thornton
Susan Vogt
Lori Warren
Debbie Whiting
Norton Healthcare Foundation

Norton Healthcare Foundation

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(502) 629-8060

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