Bethel Home Auxiliary Donated $10,000 towards the “Partnering for the Future” Capital Campaign

Stanley, ND - The Bethel Home Auxiliary has donated $10,000 to the Mountrail County Medical Center’s Capital Campaign drive to be used for the Bethel Home project. The funding comes from gaming funds the organization applied for and received as well as fundraisers they have run throughout the year.

The Mountrail County Health Foundation recently announced that they have accepted the responsibility of raising $1.6 million for the Mountrail Bethel Home expansion. Key elements of the project include a Chapel, new kitchen, expansions of the Dining Rooms including a family dining area and an all-weather transportation center. A total of $525,000 has been raised so far towards this new goal.

Anyone interested in more information on the Foundation can check out their website at www.mountrailcountyhealthfoundation.org. That website will provide more information on the projects and how you can help donate to the Bethel Home expansion. No matter how large or small, every gift is tax deductible and very important to the greater cause.

The Bethel Home Auxiliary meets every other month on the third Monday at 6:30 PM in the Mountrail Bethel Home Conference Room. Those interested in becoming a member can contact an Auxiliary member.

 

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Pictured above, left to right, are Bethel Home Auxiliary Members: Colleen Evenson, Joanne Colbenson, Ardis Evans, Sharon Aas, Deloris Oja and Steph Everett, Mountrail County Health Foundation Director