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WRH Auxiliary News from 15 Jun 2015 meeting

Sheriff Harrison Moss gives outstanding presentation on the topic "Scams." Click on headline for complete report
The next meeting will be held Monday, July 13, 2015, at 6:30pm,CT, at the Hospital Cafeteria, Westlake Regional Hospital, 901 Westlake Drive, Columbia, KY

By Sue C. Stivers, Publicity Chairman

The Westlake Regional Hospital Auxiliary met Monday, June 15 in the Hospital Cafeteria. The meeting was called to order by President Shirley Grider by giving the following thought for the day: "Remember when you are going through something hard and wonder where God is....remember the teacher is always quiet during a test."

Treasurer Lila Loy gave the treasurers report. She reporter that approximately $300.00 profit was made from the sale of the pecans. However there are still a few packages to be sold. These can be purchased at Glamor-Ette Beauty Salon on Campbellsville Street in Columbia. The profit made from the sale of the pecans is used to purchase items for the Hospital. To everyone who purchased pecans the Auxiliary says a special "Thank You."

Auxiliary members were encouraged to volunteer some time to work in the hospital gift shop. You can stop by the gift shop and talk with Anna Cox to schedule a time to work.

Members were reminded that it is time to renew their Auxiliary membership dues. You may pay the Treasurer Lila Loy.

Mr. Neal Gold, Hospital Administrator shared information regarding the hospital and stated that some positive things are being accomplished. The Auxiliary truly appreciates Mr. Gold for attending the meetings and keeping the members up to date.

The guest speaker for the evening was Adair County Sheriff Harrison Moss who gave an outstanding presentation on the topic "Scams." Yes, there are lots of people in Adair County and throughout the US who has been taken by a "Scam." Everyone was encouraged to do their research before getting involved. If it sounds too good to be better hesitate and not participate. Thank You Sheriff Moss for taking time out of your busy schedule to come and educate us on Scams. We truly appreciate you and the outstanding job you and your deputies are doing in Adair County.

Those in attendance were Wanda Bardin, Margie Coffey, Neal Gold, Shirley Grider, Sheriff Harrison, Lila Loy, Mildred Loy, Evelyn Phelps, Zona Royse, Shirley Reliford, Glenna Shofner, Margaret Sparks and and Sue Stivers.

Hostesses for the evening were Shirley Grider and Margaret Sparks. Every one enjoyed the pizza and delicious cake.
The next meeting will be held Monday, July 13, 2015, at 6:30pm,CT, at the Hospital Cafeteria, Westlake Regional Hospital, 901 Westlake Drive, Columbia, KY.

Lila Loy and Margie Coffey will be the hostesses. The Welcome Mat is always out to new members. For membership information contact President Shirley Grider or Margaret Sparks. - Sue C. Stivers

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