Seattle Children’s Hospital Enumclaw Guild’s luncheon | Thank you

What a wonderful day for the Seattle Children’s Hospital Enumclaw Guild’s Luncheon.

  • Monday, January 18, 2016 10:16pm
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What a wonderful day for the Seattle Children’s Hospital Enumclaw Guild’s Luncheon.

The guild would like to thank all of the ladies who attended. Also, a big thank you to the ladies of the Moose for providing a wonderful lunch.

The silent auction was a huge success, as was the raffle. Raffle winners were Carol Gladish, Peggy Baus, Noreen McCauley, Martha Millarich, Anna MayBremmeyer and Willy Dahlquist. Door prize winners were Beverly Moergeli, Jackie Chang, Julie Iunker, Lana Olson, Heidi Zurcher, Carol Gladish, Elisa Thomas,Dorothy Sleigh, Arleene Lybeck, Linda Guntres and Linda Kiellson.

Thank you to a of the guild members for their hard work; without you this event would not be possible! Once again the guild was able to sent a donation toSeattle Children’s Hospital’s uncompensated care program. This program helps families whom are unable to pay for all of their child’s care.

Thank you to everyone who made this day so wonderful!

Sandra Stergion

Enumclaw Guild president


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