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McKenzie Health System Auxiliary Announces Officers

2019-20 Auxiliary Officers: Secretary Audrey Essenmacher, Vice President Merrily Loding, President Rebecca Cambridge, and Treasurer Kelsey Loding

For over 50 years the McKenzie Health System Auxiliary has shown support for the organization and the community through volunteer work on site and raising money through events, fundraisers, and the McKenzie Gift Shop.  Each fall Auxiliary members elect their leaders for the upcoming year.

The 2019-2020 McKenzie Health System Auxiliary Board consists of President Rebecca Cambridge, Vice President Merrily Loding, Treasurer Kelsey Loding, and Secretary Audrey Essenmacher. Appointed positions are:  Jo Derr, Gift Shop Manager; Carol Mitchell, Phone Tree Chair; Erny Doerr, Sunshine Chair; Lynn Fuller, Membership Chair; Phyllis Chambers, Historian; and Shari Phipps, Parliamentarian/Legislative Chair. Public Relations and Foundation Manager Nina Barnett serves as the McKenzie Health System Liaison for the Auxiliary.

“Year after year, these dedicated community members volunteer their time and talent to serve our hospital, our staff and our community,” said Nina Barnett. “We could not be prouder of our McKenzie Health System Auxiliary!”

Founded in 1967, the MHS Auxiliary is comprised of individuals that volunteer thousands of hours. Members donate their time and talents for the benefit of the hospital, working in the gift shop, providing support at community events and coordinating fundraising opportunities. For more information about volunteering, contact Nina Barnett, MHS Auxiliary Liaison, at 810-648-6127 or nbarnett@mckenziehealth.org. For membership information, contact Lynn Fuller, MHS Auxiliary Membership Chair, at 810-648-6150 (ext. 366) or lfuller@mckenziehealth.org.

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