LOAR AUXILIARY SUPPORT GCMH EMPLOYEE PROJECT

The Loar Auxiliary of Garrett County Memorial Hospital added their donation of $7,000 in support of the hospital employees in a recent fund drive held by the Hospital Foundation’s WHAT team.

WHAT stands for We Help Achieve Tomorrow and is the slogan selected by the employee group to promote their fundraising effort.

Through the leadership of the WHAT Committee, employees joined together and raised $40,000 in pledges and donations that will be used to fund a new point of sale system in the hospital cafeteria to allow for the addition of employee payroll deduction and debit/credit card options as payment during meal times. A payroll deduction option will also be available on designated vending machines throughout the hospital facility. The new system is expected to be operational sometime in October.

The WHAT effort also included a component that will fund a revamping of the walking trail located adjacent to the hospital. The trail will be accessible to the public as well as the employees with work expected to be accomplished in early spring of 2013.

Employee members of the WHAT Committee include Jeannie Miller, chairman, Bev Rasel, Peggy Riggleman, Tammy Hull, Sherry Helbig, Deb Wilt, Shauna Perrine, Beth Spencer, Jessica Lucas and Kathy Greaser, Foundation Director.

Loar Auxiliary members joined together and donated $7,000 in support of the Garrett County Memorial Hospital’s recent employee fund drive. Pictured are (seated l-r) Lollie Fridinger, Juanita Bosley and Elsie Stemple; (standing l-r) are Carole Ann Lovett, Phyllis Gank, Lisa Malone, Joyce Cotter, Judy Church, Monaca Hedrick, Sharon Martin, Joan Browning, Jarlath Fitzwater, Betty Croston, Denise Shay, Shirley Lucas, and Betty Wolford.

 

 

 

Garrett County Memorial Hospital employees proudly display the successful finish of their recent fund drive to raise $40,000 among their coworkers. Pictured are (l-r) Sherry Helbig, Bev Rasel, Jeannie Miller, chairman, Shauna Perrine and Jessica Lucas.

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