Movie Night

A Grant for Movie Night!

A new TV for the resdients

A new TV for the resdients

Oak Hills Memorial Foundation marked the start of its October 1 fiscal year with several grants to Oak Hills Living Center. One was for a new large-screen television to use for a weekly popcorn and movie event, among other purposes. Pictured are Ash Heibel, Director of Nursing; Candas Schouvieller, Administrator of Oak Hills Living Center, and Bruce Fenske, Chair of the Oak Hills Memorial Foundation.

At its recent annual meeting, officers and directors elected were: Bruce Fenske, Chair; Kathy Austinson, Vice-Chair; Duane Lambrecht, Treasurer; Dale Hartman, Secretary; Shari Fischer, Lora Rahe, Josh Sabatino, Jane Steinke, and Diane Stolt. Mary Ellen Domeier serves as a Consulting Director. Outgoing Co-Chairs, Bill Koeckeritz and Dan Drugan, were each thanked for their more than nine years of service. In other business, the foundation board reviewed the over $75,000 in granting provided Oak Hills Living Center in the 2013-14 fiscal year. Much of that was through fund-raising for a handicap-accessible van.

The Foundation is preparing to launch its annual sponsoring membership appeal. Funds raised through this annual effort enable the work of the foundation to continue, thus benefitting the clients and residents of Oak Hills Living Center. Anyone wanting more information on Oak Hills Memorial Foundation or on becoming a sponsoring member can contact Mary Ellen Domeier, 507-276-7890.

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