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Tiny Hands Monster Bash to Benefit UAMS Family Home, Neonatal Nursery

LITTLE ROCK – Celebrate Halloween early by attending the Tiny Hands Monster Bash, a fund-raiser benefiting the UAMS Family Home and neonatal intensive care unit. The event is scheduled for 6:30 p.m. Oct. 26 at Next Level Events in the Train Station at 1400 W. Markham St.

Guests are invited to come in costume if they choose and enjoy cocktails, silent and live auctions, dancing with music by disc jockey Scott Hairston and hors d’oeuvres. Tickets are $45. For more information or to purchase tickets, call (501) 372-2070.

The UAMS Family Home is a private, nonprofit facility that offers comfortable and affordable housing to patients at the UAMS Arkansas Cancer Research Center (ACRC) and to parents of premature infants being cared for at the UAMS Medical Center. The Family Home also houses the ACRC Auxiliary Cancer Support Center and is located across from the UAMS campus at 4300 W. Markham St.

The UAMS neonatal intensive care unit is one of the most sophisticated facilities in the state, providing care for premature infants and those born with a variety of medical conditions.

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