Former Arkansas Razorbacks Coach Houston Nutt to Headline Annual Steak Soiree Fundraiser

MALVERN, Ark. – The Hot Spring County Medical Foundation is holding its annual Steak Soirée presented by Farmers Bank & Trust, on Saturday, Feb. 9 at 6:30 p.m., benefiting Baptist Health Medical Center-Hot Spring County.

Houston Nutt, former head football coach of the Arkansas Razorbacks, will be the keynote speaker. This year, the Hot Spring County Medical Foundation is hoping to raise $30,000 to purchase a life-saving device for their emergency department that will aid staff in performing compression during CPR, and to renovate a patient room in honor of the late prominent local figure Joe Keith. The event will also host a live and silent auction featuring items from around the state.

The May Family Farm in Malvern will serve as the backdrop for the event. Guests will dine on steaks grilled by world-champion steak griller David Nelson and his team, with sides prepared by Chef Mike Robichaud of the Baptist Health Foundation.

Tickets are still available for $50 each, but are limited and may be purchased online at For more information about the event or for sponsorship information, please contact Melinda Spradling at (501) 202-1589 or

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