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COURTESY PKIMC
Providence Kodiak Island Medical Center CEO Barbara Bigelow and local nonprofit leaders gather Thursday at a giving event in a PKIMC conference room. In December, PKIMC gave $255,000 in donations to several local nonprofits as part of an annual community outreach program of the Providence Alaska Foundation. Donation recipients were Brother Francis Shelter, Hospice of Kodiak, Hospital Auxiliary, Kodiak Community Health Center, Kodiak Community Foundation, Kodiak Island Food Bank, Kodiak Women’s Resource and Crisis Center, and Senior Citizens of Kodiak. From left, Bigelow; Borghy Holm and Rebecca Fields, both of KWRCC; Scott Carver of Hospice of Kodiak; Pat Branson of SCOK; Margaret Kavanaugh and Alan Schmitt, both of Hospice of Kodiak; Johnny Walker of the KIFB; Monte Hawver of Brother Francis Shelter; J.C. Rathje and Charissa Gregory, both of KCHC; and Colleen Newman of the Hospital Auxiliary.
COURTESY PKIMC Providence Kodiak Island Medical Center CEO Barbara Bigelow and local nonprofit leaders gather Thursday at a giving event in a PKIMC conference room. In December, PKIMC gave $255,000 in donations to several local nonprofits as part of an annual community outreach program of the Providence Alaska Foundation. Donation recipients were Brother Francis Shelter, Hospice of Kodiak, Hospital Auxiliary, Kodiak Community Health Center, Kodiak Community Foundation, Kodiak Island Food Bank, Kodiak Women’s Resource and Crisis Center, and Senior Citizens of Kodiak. From left, Bigelow; Borghy Holm and Rebecca Fields, both of KWRCC; Scott Carver of Hospice of Kodiak; Pat Branson of SCOK; Margaret Kavanaugh and Alan Schmitt, both of Hospice of Kodiak; Johnny Walker of the KIFB; Monte Hawver of Brother Francis Shelter; J.C. Rathje and Charissa Gregory, both of KCHC; and Colleen Newman of the Hospital Auxiliary.
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