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SCKMC Auxiliary Recognize Top Volunteers

April 26, 2016

The South Central Kansas Medical Center Annual Auxiliary Awards Luncheon was held on Tuesday, April 12th. The event is used to recognize those members who have shown an outstanding commitment to the hospital through out the past year. With over 50 active members, the organization provided a substantial impact to the hospital in 2015.

     The South Central Kansas Medical Center Annual Auxiliary Awards Luncheon was held on Tuesday, April 12th. The event is used to recognize those members who have shown an outstanding commitment to the hospital through out the past year. With over 50 active members, the organization provided a substantial impact to the hospital in 2015.

     SCKMC’s Chief Executive Officer, Virgil Watson began the event by addressing the challenges facing the hospital.

     “We are making the changes we need to make within our organization, and change is never easy. I’ve been encouraged each day to think that we have a future. We provide excellent care to the patients who use our facility. I’m looking forward to exciting things for the rest of this year,” said Virgil Watson, SCKMC’s Chief Executive Officer.

     Auxiliary members are recognized with certificates or lapel pins depending upon the number of hours volunteered throughout the year. Watson presented the awards.

     “I’ve been inspired by all the things you do for our organization, and you’ve been doing it for a long time. I’ve been around here for over thirty years and the volunteers have always had a special place in my heart. We appreciate all that you do for us, and thank you so much,” Watson said.

     Members receiving certificates of appreciation were Alice Anzelmo, Dee Dee Moore, Marilyn Stout, Judi Groves, Joyce Robinson.       

     The following members were recognized for volunteering 100 hours of service to the hospital: Jan Bartel, Linda Humiston, Sallie McVay, Rebecca Gilmore, Neil Jensen, Donna Rindt, Anita Green, Fern Knocke, Maxine Soule, Gary Humiston.          

     The following members were recognized for volunteering 200 hours of service to the hospital: Judy Day Trenary, Sue Kruger, Joan Siedel, Betty Johnson, Myrna Merz, Jackie Shafer, Mildred Johnston, Elrea Mullen, Colleen Taylor, Bud Kendrick, Neal Paisley, Deloris Walker, Connie Kimsey, Jody Rahn, Kathleen Walker.       

     The following members were recognized for volunteering 300 hours of service to the hospital: Mary Akers, Dee Ann Goodson, Sharon Shelton, JoAnn Baker, Kay Kennedy, Sara Ward, Helen Bossi, Sue Killman, Judy Wampler, Betty Givens, Myrtle Posey.

     Gloria Hull was recognized for volunteering 400 hours. The following members were recognized for volunteering 500 hours of service to the hospital: Rose Anstine, Leslie Sherman, Marilyn Tracy

     Marty Nuckols was recognized for volunteering 1,200 hours of service to the medical center in 2015.

     The Auxiliary volunteers their time at the medical center’s gift shop, information desk, and various other departments throughout the facility, donating 12,337 hours in 2015. They also volunteer their time to create items for craft bazaars, bake sales, and other fundraisers. The funds raised throughout the year are used to purchase equipment and furnishings for the facility.

“Our face is the first one that people see when they walk into the hospital so please make everyone welcome into this facility and keep talking the hospital up. Thank you to all of you, no matter what you do. If you give time at the hospital or you make baked goods, or craft items, just keep doing what you do,” said Rose Anstine, Auxiliary President.

     Photo: Marty Nuckols (left) was recognized by Auxiliary President Rose Anstine for donating 1,200 hours to the hospital in 2015 during the SCKMC annual awards luncheon.