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Have a Heart for Kids Dinner benefits Children’s Therapy Program

Mar 17, 2020, 10:00 AM
The 17th Annual Have a Heart for Kids benefit dinner raised more than $12,500.
Children's Therapy staff at Have a Heart Dinner

The Skagit Valley Hospital Foundation’s 17th annual “Have a Heart for Kids” dinner held February 24 at Il Granaio Italian Restaurant in Mount Vernon raised more than $12,500 for Skagit Regional Health’s Children’s Therapy Program.

The Skagit Valley Hospital Foundation Board of Trustees and Staff are grateful for the generosity of our “Have a Heart for Kids” benefit sponsors - Kiwanis Skagit Mount Vernon, host and dinner sponsor Alberto Candivi, chef/owner of Il Granaio and dinner guests, whose gifts make a big impact for patients and their families. Event proceeds support the purchase of therapy equipment.

Special thanks to program patients and parent speakers for sharing their therapy success stories. Additionally, we thank the following for their contributions –the Grace Cochrum Guild, Carter Otos, Cheryl Bonsen, Richard and Jaynie Roozen, Dimensional Communications, Inc., the Children’s Therapy Program team and Il Granaio staff.

Sincerely,

Mary June Curtis and Katie Jungquist
Event Co-chairs
Skagit Valley Hospital Foundation

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Have a Heart for Kids Dinner benefits Children’s Therapy Program

Mar 17, 2020, 10:00 AM
The 17th Annual Have a Heart for Kids benefit dinner raised more than $12,500.
Children's Therapy staff at Have a Heart Dinner

The Skagit Valley Hospital Foundation’s 17th annual “Have a Heart for Kids” dinner held February 24 at Il Granaio Italian Restaurant in Mount Vernon raised more than $12,500 for Skagit Regional Health’s Children’s Therapy Program.

The Skagit Valley Hospital Foundation Board of Trustees and Staff are grateful for the generosity of our “Have a Heart for Kids” benefit sponsors - Kiwanis Skagit Mount Vernon, host and dinner sponsor Alberto Candivi, chef/owner of Il Granaio and dinner guests, whose gifts make a big impact for patients and their families. Event proceeds support the purchase of therapy equipment.

Special thanks to program patients and parent speakers for sharing their therapy success stories. Additionally, we thank the following for their contributions –the Grace Cochrum Guild, Carter Otos, Cheryl Bonsen, Richard and Jaynie Roozen, Dimensional Communications, Inc., the Children’s Therapy Program team and Il Granaio staff.

Sincerely,

Mary June Curtis and Katie Jungquist
Event Co-chairs
Skagit Valley Hospital Foundation