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Story and photography by Ripley Owens

Guests at Starry Night enjoyed a formal dinner, silent auction and music by The Dogwood Strings Trio. The event was the Knoxville Academy of Medicine Alliance’s only inperson fundraiser this year. KAMA is a non-profit organization established to promote local health initiatives and to provide support to physician families. Proceeds from KAMA fundraising efforts are awarded each spring through the KAMA Philanthropic Fund in the form of medical and nursing scholarships, grants to local health non-profits and support for local KAMA-sponsored programs.

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