(Left to right) Brian Stephens, President and CEO of Door County Medical Center, accepts a check for $45,000 from Maribeth Hetherington, Wendy Walker and Bruce Shewchuk, fulfilling the auxiliary’s $250,000 pledge DCMC to the DCMC Skilled Nursing Facility.
When Door County Medical Center proposed a new, state-of-the-art skilled nursing facility in 2018, the DCMC auxiliary offered to make a bold pledge of $250,000 over five years. That promise was fulfilled on September 13 when a check for $45,000 was presented to Brian Stephens, President and CEO of DCMC, at the Auxiliary’s annual luncheon.
“The promise was largely fulfilled through proceeds from our annual House & Garden walk and ancillary gift shop,” said Maribeth Hetherington. “Having the privilege of serving as president of the Auxiliary while we worked on this engagement, I was especially pleased to complete the engagement ahead of schedule.”
Now that the pledge has been fulfilled, future proceeds from the House & Garden Walk and Gift Shop will go to DCMC’s initiative to provide enhanced behavioral health services to the community.
To learn more about the DCMC Auxiliary, contact Robin Hamm-Jackson at 920.746.3609 or [email protected]