Bourbon & Bowties Make a Donation
The inaugural Bourbon & Bowties event was established by family and friends in memory of Charles W. Gant, a loving and energetic 8-year-old boy who passed away from viral encephalitis on June 3, 2009. Since then, Bourbon & Bowties has honored Laurel Dortch, Maxwell Johnson, Owen McMasters, Anna-Maria Beck, Clara and Wilson McGarvey, Tanner Demling, Mason Christensen and Mya White.
This year, the event will take a look back at all of these incredible children who have been served by Norton Children’s Hospital. The event also will honor and remember former head chef and host Dean Corbett.
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