UnityPoint Health – Finley Health Foundation Announces Raffle of Autographed Taylor Swift Guitar

As part of its upcoming Miracles on the Mississippi Gala, UnityPoint Health – Finley Health Foundation has announced an exciting raffle prize: an autographed and authenticated Taylor Swift guitar.

Raffle tickets are $200 each or you can buy 6 for $1,000. Tickets can be purchased by calling Tonya Reicher at the Finley Health Foundation at 563.589.2572 with a debit card, in person at the Foundation office Monday-Thursday, 8 AM to 4 PM., or through a Foundation board member.

The winner will be announced at the August 10th event, but the winner does not need to be present to win.

“The Finley Health Foundation is excited to bring a unique raffle opportunity to the Dubuque community in support of the needs of the children we serve at the Pediatric Therapy Center.” said Barbara Potts, Executive Director of the Finley Health Foundation.

The annual Miracles on the Mississippi Gala serves as a fundraiser for the foundation. This year’s proceeds will establish an endowment benefiting the UnityPoint Health Pediatric Therapy Center. The event will include hors d’oeuvres, refreshments, a live auction, and a concert featuring The FRONTMEN accompanied by the Dubuque Symphony Orchestra for a never-before-seen show at Diamond Jo Casino.

THE FRONTMEN, comprised of 3 former lead singers; Larry Stewart of Restless Heart, Richie McDonald of Lonestar and Tim Rushlow of Little Texas – is country music’s hottest new supergroup. With 30 #1 hits and 30 million albums sold between them, the men have mastered the stage, succeeded on radio and nightly take sold-out audiences on a rollercoaster of 90’s nostalgic smash hits.

Opened in 2020, the Pediatric Therapy Center provides comprehensive services to children with diagnoses ranging from minor development delays to significant neurological disorders.

Event tickets may be purchased online, by contacting the Finley Health Foundation at (563) 589-2572 or via email at

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