Molly Pitcher Scholarship Applications Now Available
The scholarship committee of the Lewis County Hospital Auxiliary has announced that applications
are now available in the guidance offices of all area schools and the human resources office at the
hospital for the 2014 Molly Pitcher Lewis Memorial Scholarships to be awarded to students pursuing
health-related careers, with the hope that they will return to live and work in the area.
The Hospital Auxiliary sponsors the scholarships in memory of Mrs. Harry (Molly Pitcher) Lewis.
The Memorial Fund was founded in 1957 and the Auxiliary has been providing annual scholarships
since that year. Substantial awards are given each year to qualifying applicants.
Applicants must be Lewis County residents, Lewis County Hospital employees, or an immediate
family member of a LCGH employee. Applicants are eligible to reapply for the scholarship each year
they are enrolled in a health-related curriculum.
Applications must be postmarked by April 11, 2014 - Click Here for Application
Applications and questions should be referred to Sue Foy, Chair 376-3610
Auxiliary Upcoming Events
Save the dates for these 2014 events:
April 3 & 4 - Uniform Sale
April 30 & May 1 - Book Are Fun Book Sale
Aug 25 & 26 - Book Are Fun Book Sale
Oct 2 & 3 - Uniform Sale
Nov 4 & 5 - Book Are Fun Book Sale
June 5 - Auxiliary Art Competition Winners Announced
The winners of the Lewis County General Hospital Auxiliary Senior Artwork Competition were unveiled June 5th at the hospital in Lowville. Throughout the past school year, high school seniors from Lewis County submitted their artwork to be judged in the competition. Auxiliary board members and co-chairs Jolie Burch and Kathy Wallace organized this program that allows students interested in art to showcase their talents in the community. This year, students from Beaver River Central School, Copenhagen Central School, and Lowville Academy Central School entered 15 pieces for the competition. In photo left to right: First place winner Ashlee Bucy, Lowville Academy, Second Place Winner, Marcus Roes, Beaver River, and Honorable mention Elizabeth Smith, Copenhagen.
Lewis County General Hospital Auxiliary Whale Program
The Lewis County General Hospital Auxiliary is pleased to bring the WHALE Program to the Lewis County community. The WHALE Program (We Have A Little Emergency) is an identification and information package for child care safety seatscreated by Connie Day, a caregiver from Richmond, VA, who wondered what would happpen to the children in her care in the event of an automobile accident. The first program of its kind in the United States, WHALE is currently used in 32 states and soo nationwide. It requires the use of four self adhesive stickers and one information label. This program is a simple and viable way to ensure proper and efficient treatment of your child or grandchild in the event of an automobile accident.
The information label attaches to the rear of the car seat and provides important information about the child in the seat, such as name, date of birth, medical history, and who to contact in case of an emergency. If placed on the outside of the back of the car seat this will not be visable from outside the vehicle, thus ensuring privacy of these personal facts.
Two WHALE Car Seat Stickers, are attached to the sides of the safety seat, and two WHALE Vehicle stickers, attahced to he rear side vehicle windows, depict the WHALE logo and alert rescuers that the vehicle occupants participate in the program. This is escpecially important if the adult driver is not conscious and able to help, or if it is a baby sitter, grandparent or friend driving.
The Auxiliary has worked closely with local law enforcement on this important project. The WHALE program identification kits can be obtained in the LCGH Auxiliary Gift Shop or you may contact Auxiliary Presidnet Nina Gregory at 376-7076.