LORTON, Va., October 15, 2013 – The Workhouse Arts Center and the Lorton Arts Foundation Board of Directors hosted the 3rd Annual Workhouse Arts Gala on October 19. Sponsored by the Physician & Midwife Collaborative Practice, the event helps provide support for programs and activities of the Workhouse Arts Center.
“We were honored to be a sponsor at this year’s Workhouse Arts Gala,” said Dr. David Giammittorio, founder and CEO of Physicians & Midwives. “Dr. Mary Cutting, her husband, my wife and I enjoyed supporting such a wonderful, local foundation.”
The evening featured a cocktail reception and silent auction, an elegant dinner in the McGuire Woods Gallery and a live auction of a small and very select group of special items. During the event, The Honorable Kate Hanley, former Chairman of the Fairfax County Board of Supervisors was presented with the Founders Award.
The Workhouse Arts Center, a program of the Lorton Arts Foundation, aims to enrich the lives of all within its reach by creating a vibrant cultural community that fosters a diverse offering of arts, education, social, and entertainment experiences.
“Physicians & Midwives is committed to not only providing the best possible care to our patients, but also to participate in meaningful community events,” continued Dr. Giammittorio. “We look forward to continue supporting the arts in Fairfax County and the surrounding areas.”
About Physicians and Midwives
The Physician & Midwife Collaborative Practice was created back in 1993. Its aim is to provide convenient, compassionate care to women, centering on the major events in women’s lives. These include pregnancy, childbirth and menopause. For a full list of the services provided by the practice, visit their website at https://www.physiciansandmidwives.com.