Logansport Memorial Hospital’s Mary Dykeman Guild announces 2017 Board Members
Pictured are the Mary Dykeman Guild members who will serve on the organization’s board in 2017. From left to right, beginning in the Front Row: Pat Rozzi, Barb Hanlon, Judy Williamson, and Bette Smith. Back Row – Lona Yeakley, Barb Goyer, Jo Reinking, Sue Ogsbury, Carol Kelley, and Nancy Rhodes. Not pictured: Peggy King.
The Mary Dykeman Guild of Logansport Memorial Hospital is pleased to announce their Board Members for 2017. They are as follows:
President – Judy Williamson
Vice-President – Pat Rozzi
Secretary – Jo Reinking
Treasurer – Nancy Rhodes
Members at-Large – Barb Goyer, Barb Hanlon, Carol Kelley, Peggy King, Sue Ogsbury, Bette Smith, and Lona Yeakley
These individuals have graciously agreed to serve in their respective leadership roles and are largely responsible for the governance of the Mary Dykeman Guild.
The Mary Dykeman Guild operates the Logansport Memorial Hospital Gift Shop and also sponsors fundraisers throughout the year, including the annual Garden Party and Holly Bazaar. Funds generated by these activities are used to support equipment and project requests from hospital departments.
The Gift Shop, just inside the front entrance of the hospital, is open six days per week:
Monday to Friday: 8:30 am – 5:30 pm
Saturday: 10 am – 4 pm
Gift Shop volunteers wait on customers, help to merchandise the shop and assist the Gift Shop Manager. Many adults and retirees find fulfillment in volunteering for the Mary Dykeman Guild because it allows them to give back to their community. Additionally, Guild members receive a 20% discount on purchases made in the Gift Shop.
For more information about the Mary Dykeman Guild, or if you believe you would like to become part of this group, please contact Gift Shop Manager and Volunteer Coordinator Tammy Szarszewski at (574) 753-1304.
Logansport Memorial Hospital is an 83-bed, HFAP accredited, regional medical center providing healthcare services to residents in Cass County and the surrounding areas of north central Indiana.
SOURCE: News release from Logansport Memorial Hospital