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OKMH Auxiliary to raffle spring quilt
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Otto Kaiser Memorial Hospital Auxiliary President Emma Villanueva and Vice President Margie Pierce hold the Spring Baskets quilt being raffled during Bluebonnet Days. Tickets available at the hospital.
Otto Kaiser Memorial Hospital Auxiliary President Emma Villanueva and Vice President Margie Pierce hold the Spring Baskets quilt being raffled during Bluebonnet Days. Tickets available at the hospital.
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The Otto Kaiser Memorial Hospital Auxiliary held its’ monthly business meeting Thursday, April 4 with 14 members present. President Emma Villanueva called the meeting to order at 9:30 a.m. in the Hospital Board Room. Monthly reports were presented by officers as well as standing and appointed committee members.

Items of interest include: Members approved purchases of two new pieces of equipment for the hospital and voted to donate several decks of large playing cards for the visually impaired to the senior activities center. Upcoming state convention for the Texas Association of Healthcare Volunteers to be held in San Antonio during the month of June was also discussed. Several OKMH Auxiliary members are planning to attend.

Look for auxiliary members at the Wal-Mart entrance on Friday afternoon, April 12 and Saturday morning. April 13. They will be displaying the new Spring Baskets lap quilt currently being raffled and, of course, will have tickets available for you. During weekday business hours, the quilt is on display in the Gift Shop. The quilt features embroidered baskets of flowers on a pale yellow tone-on-tone background. Tickets are $1 each or 6 tickets for $5. The drawing for this quilt will be held during the Bluebonnet Days Celebration.

All proceeds from fund-raising events directly benefit the Otto Kaiser Memorial Hospital. Thank you in advance for your continued support of Auxiliary efforts.

The next business meeting will be Thursday, May 9 at 9:30 a.m. in the Hospital Board Room.
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