The Ohio Valley Heart Ball is set to take place on Saturday in Belmont County.
The event is held each year to celebrate the lifesaving work of the American Heart Association as well as the lives that have been improved.
The night will begin with a gourmet dinner, silent and live actions.
This years theme is 70s disco, which has a lot of meaning.
“The song Staying Alive by the Beegees is used to keep timing when you are doing CPR compressions and so we are using this theme as a way to educate all of our guest that evening on how to do CPR and we encourage them in they own a business to get an AED,” Valerie Piko of the American Heart Association said.
This year there will also be a tribute wall that guest can sign.
The event will be held Saturday at 6:30 Belmont Hills Country Club.
Tickets are $75 and all proceeds will benefit the organization.