On Saturday, April 8th at 7 p.m. the Parkersburg Country Club was transformed into Oz for Camden Clark Medical Center’s “Over the Rainbow” Charity Gala. The event was hosted by The Camden Clark Foundation. All proceeds from this year’s event will be used to benefit the Camden Clark Cardiology Fund with special emphasis on patient education, wellness and chronic disease management.
The charity event celebrated our new WVU Medicine Heart and Vascular Institute at Camden Clark Medical Center
Remarks were given by David McClure, President and CEO of WVU Medicine Camden Clark Medical Center, Dr. Vinay Badhwar, Executive Chair, WVU Heart and Vascular Institute, Dr. David Gnegy, Parkersburg Cardiology Associates and representatives of the Mills Group, Architectural and Design firm.
Virtually breaking ground for a 39,000 square foot Heart and Vascular Institute building.
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We are pleased to share the videos of our Annual Award winners from last week’s Annual Dinner. We have loaded them on our MOV Chamber YouTube Channel. Simply click on the company or individual name below and you will be directed to the 2 minute video for each.
For those that were unable to be there, I know you’ll enjoy learning about your fellow Chamber members.
For those that were there on Tuesday night, enjoy again!
For the winners, I’m betting you will share these links with your team, family, and friends.
For those that like to laugh, the Blooper Reel has been loaded too!
We ended the Annual Dinner & Awards Banquet with a little humor and cherished moments from the video tapings.
Thank you so much to our winners for being such good sports and reminding us why we enjoy one another and appreciate the fellowship we have as MOV Chamber members!
Two final requests –
For the men, did you wear a dark coat to last week’s Annual Dinner? Did you leave in a dark coat but now might be thinking “hmmmm, this might not be my coat after all?” Please check the coat you left with and see if it’s a men’s Joseph A Banks size 40 or 42 (might have some white cat hair on it….) We think this may belong to another member who now has your men’s Joseph Abboud coat, size 44. (The size 44 coat is now in our office ready to exchange if you have the Joseph A Banks coat.)
The Camden Clark Nursing Alumnae will award two $1,500 scholarships in memory of Ella Bloomheart to nursing students completing their first year of an accredited school of nursing. The recipients will be notified and the scholarships will be presented at the Nursing Alumnae Luncheon on Thursday, May 12, 2016, at 1 p.m. in the South Tower Conference Room. Also available will be one $1,000 nursing scholarship for a Camden Clark Medical Center employee for continuing education in nursing.
Following are the criteria for application of the scholarship:
• Attach written documentation of acceptance to a Registered Nurse program accredited by the National League of Nursing (NLN).
• Reside in the area served by Camden Clark Medical Center, which includes 11 counties in West Virginia and Ohio.
• Be currently enrolled or have completed one year as a nursing student.
• Use scholarship award within the next academic year.
The 2016 Sparkle Spring Gala is Saturday! We are delighted to honor Dr. Nik Shah and his 38 years of dedication and leadership at Camden Clark…the brightest stars are those who shine for the benefit of others.
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