Welcome to the 2019 Cattle Baron’s Ball

A western themed gala style event; the Cattle Baron’s Ball brings anexciting evening with dinner & drinks, entertainment, live & silent auctions, photo booths, aerialists and much more! In its’ 11 years the Cattle Baron’s Ball has raised over 5 million dollars in the fight against cancer. Join us for a night of fun and support for the greatest cause on earth!

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At the American Cancer Society, Our mission is to save lives, celebrate lives, and lead the fight for a world without cancer.

Until we do, we’ll be funding and conducting research, sharing expert information, supporting patients, and spreading the word about prevention. All so you can live longer – and better.

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2019 Cattle Barons Ball Event Chairs: Chad & Tiffanie Shook

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Our 2019 Event Chairs are Chad and Tiffanie Shook, Owners of Mossy Oak Properties, and a Senior Project Manager at Jack Henry. Chad and Tiffanie attended the Cattle Baron's Ball for the first time in 2018 where they were active donors through purchasing tickets and donating auction items to the event. They have stepped into the leadership role energetically and have plans to work closely with ACS staff and volunteers in every aspect for the 2019 event. 

 

Honorary Chair: Matt Morrow

Matt is the president & CEO of the Springfield Area Chamber of Commerce. Prior to accepting his current position, Matt served nearly 14 years as Chief Executive Officer for professional trade associations of home builders; two years leading the Greater Birmingham Association of Home Builders in Birmingham, AL; and 12 years leading the Home Builders Association of Greater Springfield, MO. Matt’s earlier professional career was in radio broadcasting and in public policy and politics. Matt’s wife Rachel owns an independent consulting and market research firm, Morrow & Associates. They have two children, Annie & Alex.

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