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Story and photography by Teresa Scott

Drs. Beth and Malcolm Foster co-chaired this year’s Knoxville Heart Ball. The theme “The Heart of Paris” was reflected in the ornate floral arrangements and soft lighting from the chandeliers throughout the Mill and Mine. The annual Knoxville Heart Ball celebrates the work and mission, donors and volunteers and the lives saved and improved because of the efforts of the American Heart Association. Robin Wilhoit and John Becker served as emcees for an evening that included dinner, drinks and a live and silent auction. For those who want to keep the celebration going, tickets were also available for “The Late Party”. Guests moved from the main hall to an outdoor tent for drinks, live music and a festive photo booth. The American Heart Association aims to build healthier lives, free of cardiovascular diseases and stroke.

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