Date: November 3, 2017
Location: Atlanta History Center, Grand Overlook 130 West Paces Ferry Rd.
Come celebrate the gift of sight with us at the inaugural Night for Sight for an evening of refreshing cocktails, scrumptious hors d’oeuvres catered by Affairs to Remember, dancing, and the Scott Pastor Person of Vision Award presentation to Dr. Tom Harbin, honoring him for his vision, fortitude, and service in creating a better community.
The Scott Pastor Person of Vision Award honors an individual who has the vision to see a better community and the fortitude to make it happen. Their profound impact on our community and Georgia is invaluable.
Dr. Tom Harbin to receive the 2017 Scott Pastor Person of Vision Award
The Person of Vision award believes that our community is enriched by their vision and reflects a vision of “medical excellence” to be celebrated and emulated. Dr. Harbin’s vision to see a problem in the Georgia medical community and to stand up to expose that wrong represents a person of true vision and valor.
Enjoy a fun night of dancing, music by the “Macular Degenerates,” dinner, and a special presentation of The Scott Pastor Person of Vision Award to Dr. Tom Harbin.
Dot Stoller, Chair
Molly, Tommy & Sam Pastor, Honorary Chairs
Suzette Brading, Paton Chair
Ally May, Host Committee Co-Chair
Aimee & Spalding Nix, Host Committee Co-Chairs
Anne Berry Butler,
Amy Musarra Kramer,
Thank you to our Light the Night Event Sponsors!