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Feb012015

AUXILIARY UPDATE: LOOKING FOR NEW MEMBERS

Carly Jonas, WHC Auxiliary PresidentGreetings!  

It’s a new year and the Wishek Hospital and Clinics Auxiliary is looking for new members! The Auxiliary is made up of a special group of dedicated people whose mission is to promote and advance the welfare of the WHC.  Members proudly and passionately serve as advocates to the hospital and clinics.  We share a common goal of supporting the WHC mission of providing quality care with concern and compassion.  Through volunteer service and fundraising, our work benefits patients and families directly.

For example, this past year, the Auxiliary organized an enchilada fundraiser.  The profits went toward the purchasing of TVs for patient rooms, ambulance pagers, and a new bladder scanner.  This upcoming year, we will host a “Tour of Tables” benefit and invite businesses to sponsor and decorate a table with a theme of their choice.  Attendees will enjoy a meal and entertainment.

We encourage anyone from our community to join the WHC Auxiliary.  Meetings are held the first Monday of each month at 6:30pm in the Wishek Clinic Conference Room.  If you are interested in joining, please contact Carly Jonas at 701-261-3331 or Sonja Graber at 701-452-2421.

Sincerely,
Carly Jonas
WHC Auxiliary President

The heart of a volunteer is not measured in size, but by the depth of the commitment to make a difference in the lives of others.—DeAnn Hollis

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