STANLEY, N.D., May 6, 2015 – Hess Corporation (NYSE: HES) presented a $19,700 check to the Mountrail County Medical Center (MCMC) today for the purchase of a new portable X-ray machine for emergency and hospital use.
Stanley, ND- With Phase One, the CT/ER Expansion having been completed a year ago and Phase Two, the T.H. Reiarson Rural Health Clinic open for patients, all energy is now being focused on Phase Three, the expansion of the Bethel Home. The approved expansion will include a Chapel/Multipurpose Room, a new and bigger kitchen, a remodel of the current dining rooms, relocation of shipping and receiving and a Transportation Center. The plans are at state and once approved, bids will be accepted and groundbreaking is still possible for late summer/early fall. Our sincere thank you to all who have donated and have brought us to this point.
With four separate boards this year for the Super Bowl, the Stanley Lions Club was able to donate over $2700 to four separate entities. The Mountrail Community Food Pantry received $500 which they will use for food. The Mountrail County Health Foundation received $500 to go towards the Capital Campaign. The Sibyl Center received $500 they will use for programs. The Stanley High School Band received $1250 they will use for equipment for a planned drumline program next year.
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.
Stanley, ND- Pinnacle, the Cenex cooperative in Stanley and Tioga, has committed to a $75,000 contribution to the “Partnering for the Future” Campaign for Mountrail County Medical Center.
The Campaign has raised more than $4 million since it started almost a year ago. Proceeds from the campaign will be used to offset the costs associated with a three phase project to expand the Emergency Department, medical clinic and common space within the Bethel Home.
In making the contribution to the cause, Pinnacle’s Interim CEO Larry Swalheim noted the value of having a quality medical facility in Mountrail County.
“No matter how you look at the hospital, whether as an economic anchor, a medical facility or a home for our residents, it is exceptionally important to the quality of life in this region”, said Swalheim, who just assumed responsibility for operations of the cooperative, “and we are very pleased to be able to contribute to the cause for many, many reasons”.
Swalheim noted that Pinnacle will also be making a similar contribution to the hospital in Tioga.
Doug Kinnoin, Volunteer Campaign Chair for the “Partnering for the Future” Campaign, said “Pinnacle’s generous contribution comes at a very good time as we are just about to launch our Business and Commercial Division activities and support at this level and at this time really creates excitement. We, at the Mountrail County Health Foundation, extend a huge thank you to the Board of Directors and employees of Pinnacle for making this pledge happen.”
The construction on the Emergency Department is almost totally complete. Kinnoin says the clinic is expected to be dedicated in January and the work on the Bethel Home will begin once the campaign raises the balance of the funds needed and the state approves the design and construction plan.
The Mountrail County Health Foundation recently announced that they have accepted the responsibility of raising $1.6 million for the Mountrail Bethel Home. 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.