What: ArtsBuild (formerly Allied Arts of Greater Chattanooga) presented its first Arts Leadership Award to Ruth Holmberg during a reception on March 11 at The Space at Warehouse Row.
What: About 250 guests attended the Dinner of Distinction hosted by Baroness Erlanger Foundation at The Chattanoogan. The event honored Dr. Thomas Devlin, Dr. Blaise Baxter, Dr. James Creel and former Hamilton County Mayor Claude Ramsey for their "commitment to fostering quality medicine with human compassion and their unquestionable character," said a news release.
Benefits: Erlanger Foundation
About the Honorees: Dr. Tom Devlin is medical director of the Erlanger Southeast Regional Stroke Center. Dr. Blaise Baxter, interventional neuroradiologist, assisted in the development of the stroke center and has refined techniques in performing stroke interventions. Dr. Jim Creel, chief medical officer for Erlanger Health System, has been a pioneer in developing advanced skills for emergency medicine. Former Hamilton County Mayor Claude Ramsey supported and advocated for Erlanger and quality medicine within the region throughout his political career.