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CMH TREE committee purchases Infant ventilator

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Some of CMH’s TREE committee members stand with the new infant ventilator. From left, Janice Jiggetts, Connie Jones, Wendy Burke, Melissa Morris, Gary Thompson, Belinda Wells, Mike Simmons, April Wright, Carolyn Walker, Cindy Sherman, Linda Roberts, Sonya Hall, Gloria Rogers, Chris Early, and James Keough. / August 09, 2010
Community Memorial Healthcenter (CMH) has a very dedicated group of employees who are constantly finding new ways to raise money for their hospital’s needs.

The TREE committee which stands for Togetherness Renders Employee Excellence has recently reached a goal of purchasing a new, state of the art infant ventilator for CMH’s newborn nursery.

The proceeds from the 2009 TREE Motorcycle Ride and the 2010 TREE Bluegrass Concert benefited this cause.

The committee was successful in raising over half the funds needed to purchase this equipment.

Proceeds from the 2010 CMH Foundation Golf Classic and donations from generous supporters completed the goal, and the infant ventilator has been delivered to CMH.

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