On Saturday, April 9 from 6 to 9 p.m. come on over for a fun western evening of dinner, dancing, entertainment and silent auction at Rustler's Rooste, 8383 S. 48th St. in Phoenix to benefit the Pulmonary Hypertension Association in their mission to find ways to provide valuable resources to our community affected by this rare, under-diagnosed disease. Nashville recording artist, Sheylyn Jaymes, who lives in the valley, will begin the country-western evening with her unique sound.

PH is a simplified name for a complex health problem that creates high blood pressure in the pulmonary artery in the lungs, resulting in an enlarged heart, which can lose its ability to pump. There is no cure.

Event tickets are available on line at www.cureph.com. Bring your spare change to drop into the Mid-First Bank Fundraising Van in the parking lot. Mid-First Bank will match, dollar for dollar, up to the first $1,000 that is raised at their Van! For more information, please contact Pat Harrington (602) 843-5937, Amy Moseley (602) 885-1914 or Trish Duque (602) 369-4376.

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