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St. Mary’s Foundation receives donation from Holland

David Sheils, president of the St. Mary’s Foundation, and Anne Hammack, clinical manager of the St. Mary’s Breast Center, receive a check from Holland’s Miguel Celdran, plant manager, and Terry Lucas, strap department manager.

David Sheils, president of the St. Mary’s Foundation, and Anne Hammack, clinical manager of the St. Mary’s Breast Center, receive a check from Holland’s Miguel Celdran, plant manager, and Terry Lucas, strap department manager.

 

HUNTINGTON, W.Va. — The St. Mary’s Medical Center Foundation has received a donation of $1000 from Holland, located in Kenova, W.Va., for the St. Mary’s Pink Ribbon Fund.

“Seeing the survivors walk down the street at PATH to the Cure this year was a special moment for me,” said Miguel Celdran, plant manager. “I am so glad that we are able to help add to the number of survivors through a contribution to this great cause.”

“We are truly appreciative that the employees at Holland chose the Pink Ribbon Fund as the recipient of their generosity,” said David Sheils, president of the St. Mary’s Foundation. “We thank the employees and management for their efforts to help the women of the Tri-State.”

The St. Mary’s Pink Ribbon Fund provides breast health services to uninsured and underinsured women in the Tri-State area.