JRMC Auxiliary Continues Mission to Raise Money for Hospital


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N.D. (NewsDakota.com) – A group of volunteers known as the Jamestown Regional Medical Center Auxiliary are continuing their mission of raising money for the hospital.

The Auxiliary is comprised of 52 volunteers who have raised thousands of dollars through the years that have benefited the JRMC in many ways. In 2016, the Auxiliary’s Holiday Magic event raised $6,000. Volunteer Mary Engles said it was a great turnout.

As the JRMC’s “Journey to Oncology” continues, the Auxiliary decided to use the 31st Annual Holiday Magic to continue their drive. Auxiliary President Eunice Sahr says the event features a variety of items for sale this holiday.

Engles says the Tree of Love ornaments have been huge for the JRMC and Auxiliary in the past.

Sahr also made mention of their grab bags, which are full of items and quick to go. For more information on the JRMC Auxiliary or the Holiday Magic event on Friday, December 1st, visit jrmcnd.com.

Listen to a full interview with Eunice Sahr and Mary Engels below:

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