ENDOWMENT NEWS

  

Spring Creek Donates Ipods to the Anna Mae Owen Residential Hospice House


Spring Creek Music and Memory Program

The Spring Creek Healthcare Music & Memory program recently donated five Ipods and speakers for use of patients at the Anna Mae Owen Residential Hospice House.  

This program works with dementia and Alzheimer patients by providing high quality, person-centered care through digital music technology. Employees identify those residents who could benefit from the program and work with them to provide iPods with personalized playlists tailored for each one.

The original Music and Memory program was funded by a gift from Dr. Dick Weaver in memory of his late wife Dr. Jan Weaver.

Pictured left to right: Whitney Villanueva, Activity Asst. at Spring Creek, Dr. Dick Weaver, Donor to the Music & Memory program, JoAnna Thomas, Activities Director at Spring Creek, and Keith Travis, VP of Development at MCCH.


Results Announced for the 2017 Murray Half Marathon



Pictured is Keith Travis announcing the Murray Half Marathon 2017 results to sponsors and donors. The 2017 event raised $72,000 compared to $53,000 in 2016. Increased community support in additional pre-race events resulted in the increase.  

Jerry Penner, CEO, presented Keith Travis, VP of Development, and Susan Davis, Race Coordinator, with pins to show appreciation for their efforts in the 7th annual Murray ½ Marathon.

The Murray ½ Marathon, Relay, & 5K race proceeds benefit the Anna Mae Owen Residential Hospice House which officially opened in November of 2016.

For more information about the Murray Half Marathon and how you can participate, visit www.murrayhalfmarathon.org or call (270) 762.1908.

Download a copy of the 2017 Race Results Fact Sheet here.


Zweedyk Family Donates to the Anna Mae Owen Residential Hospice House


Hospice Donation

The Murray Calloway Endowment for Healthcare recently received a $5,000 donation from Kay Zweedyk of Hardin, KY. The donation went towards supporting patient care at the Anna Mae Owen Residential Hospice House.  The Zweedyk family has made several donations to the Endowment and began their contributions by building custom bird houses and selling them with proceeds benefiting Hospice.

“I want to help people out and give my money to charities, I am happy to support the hospital,” said Kay Zweedyk.

Pictured left to right: Jerry Penner, MCCH CEO, Kay Zweedyk, and Keith Travis, VP of Development at MCCH