Bring Back the Tailcoats, it’s TMAF’s 20th Annual Gala!
Texas Medical Association (TMA) Foundation revels in the Golden Age of the 1920s and commemorates 20 years of TMAF gala celebrations. Gala co-chairs Drs. Rajam and Somayaji Ramamurthy, San Antonio, and Mrs. Kathy Swift and Dr. Bernard T. Swift Jr., DO, MPH, San Antonio, invite you to the event on Friday, May 17, 2013, at the Grand Hyatt San Antonio, in conjunction with TexMed, TMA’s Annual Meeting. Join friends and colleagues in celebrating TMAF’s 20th gala and the 1920s—a time of change and innovation in America. New technology, the discovery of vitamin E and insulin, modern fashion, radio and TV, jazz, mass produced cars and more—it all started in the 1920s!
The evening includes a VIP guest and sponsor reception, a general guest reception and silent auction; followed by an elegant dinner, live entertainment and dancing.
Special thanks to top patrons H-E-B, CHRISTUS Health, and Texas Medical Liability Trust. See the full list of Patrons and Sponsors!
Proceeds from the evening’s generous donors benefit TMA health improvement programs including Be Wise─Immunize, Hard Hats for Little Heads, the Physician Oncology Education Program, the Ernest and Sarah Butler Excellence in Science Teaching Awards and the Minority Scholarship Program. Other programs benefiting from the evening include TMAF’s John P. McGovern Champion of Health Award, the Medical Student Community Leadership Grants Program and local grants to County Medical Societies and Alliances in support of health improvement projects joining medicine, business and community in a shared vision of a healthier Texas.
Eleven sponsorship levels are available, seating tables of eight, starting from $2,250 to $30,000. Individual tickets may be purchased for $175 each, or you can receive additional benefits by purchasing your VIP ticket for $225. For more information, please contact the TMA Foundation at (512) 370-1664.
Learn more about the "Roaring Twenties"
Slang of the 1920's-
People and Fashions-
Science and Technology-
Fun Facts and Trivia
1920s Timeline of Political and Social Event
Major social events-
Henry Ford's Model T "Tin Lizzy"
Women Gain Their Right to Vote
Flappersin the Roaring Twenties
Tomb of King Tut Found
The Charleston Becomes Popular
Alexander Fleming Discovers Penicillin
St. Valentine’s Day Massacre
Stock Market Crash of 1929