Health Foundation donation targets enrichment for Mountainside residents

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By Brian Sweeney
The Margaretville Health Foundation presented a $15,000 check on Friday for the enrichment of Mountainside Residential Care Center’s (MRCC) residents.
The Margaretville Health Foundation presented a check for $15,000 on Friday to benefit residents at Mountainside Residential Care Center. On hand for the presentation, from left, were: Health Foundation Development Director Iris Mead, resident Esther Ronning, Mountainside Administrator Philip Mehl, residents Charlie Slater and Frances Oliver, Health Foundation Chair Heather Brighton, and Foundation Board Members Don Bramley and Kathy Mami-Moore. A reception followed the presentation. — Photo by Brian SweeneyThe Margaretville Health Foundation presented a check for $15,000 on Friday to benefit residents at Mountainside Residential Care Center. On hand for the presentation, from left, were: Health Foundation Development Director Iris Mead, resident Esther Ronning, Mountainside Administrator Philip Mehl, residents Charlie Slater and Frances Oliver, Health Foundation Chair Heather Brighton, and Foundation Board Members Don Bramley and Kathy Mami-Moore. A reception followed the presentation. — Photo by Brian Sweeney
This donation was made possible through the Foundation’s annual appeal and was presented by Board Chair Heather Brighton, Board Treasurer Don Bramley, Board Member Kathy Mami-Moore and Development Director Iris Mead.
Mountainside Administrator Philip Mehl accepted the check with MRCC residents, Ester Ronning, Francis Oliver and Charlie Slater, participating.
Ms. Mead noted that, through generous donations over the past three years, the Margaretville Health Foundation has funded numerous projects on the Margaretville campus. Foundation donations have included funding for: the hospital’s CT scanner, the upgrade of the hospital’s Ambulatory Suite, purchasing class books for two nurses’ advance degrees studies and for continuing MRCC resident enrichment projects.