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Wednesday, May 30, 2018 - Sparrow Clinton Hospital Auxiliary selects leaders for 2018-2019

ST. JOHNS, MI – Members of the Sparrow Clinton Hospital Auxiliary recently held their annual installation meeting, naming officers and leaders for the coming year.

Outgoing President Kim Kellogg was honored for her service as co-president from 2016-18. She shared that position the first year with Angie Beals and the second year with Brianna Hardaker.  Co-presidents for the current year are Brianna Hardaker and Roxanne Wilkins.

Kellogg also was named 2018 Auxilian of the Year, receiving the honor from Shelley Redman, the 2017 honoree. Kellogg received special recognition from her peers for her dedication to volunteer leadership and service to her community through Auxiliary projects, as well as her positive attitude and outstanding support of every Auxiliary member.

The Auxiliary’s incoming officers include Courtney Pendleton, co-president elect; Diane Zuker, recording secretary; Karen Gillespie, treasurer; Shelley Redman, fundraising committee chair; Kim Kellogg, corresponding secretary; and Gay Baker, historian.

Executive board members for 2017-19 are Jan Kelley, Carol Keys, and Nancy McKinley.  Executive board members for 2018-20 are Sue Detloff, Darice Duckworth, and Pat Karek.

The Sparrow Clinton Hospital Auxiliary’s mission is to promote the goals and objectives of Sparrow Clinton Hospital through service to the hospital and its Patients, positive public relations, effective use of its members’ time and talents, and support of hospital Caregivers.

The Sparrow Clinton Hospital Auxiliary breaks for the summer and reconvenes in September. New members are welcome. To learn more about the Auxiliary, call Shelley Gunther at 989.224.6137.

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