FORT MADISON – The FMCH Auxiliary is hosting a Christmas Tree/Wreath Silent Auction fundraising event. This fourth annual event will take place from Monday, November 5th through 10:00 a.m. on Wednesday, November 21st in the Main Lobby of Fort Madison Community Hospital.
The FMCH Auxiliary will auction off eight fully decorated trees, and four wreaths, each with their own theme, to the highest bidder. The sponsoring auxiliary members chose all of the decorations, and themes for each. Kempker’s True Value and
The Flower Cottage also sponsored a tree or wreath. Trees and wreaths will be on display and available for bidding in the Main Lobby of Fort Madison Community Hospital.
“We invite everyone to stop in at FMCH to enjoy these beautiful trees and wreaths while they are on display, and hopefully, take one home,” said Marilyn Holmes, Chairperson of FMCH Auxiliary’s Christmas Tree Fundraiser. “We love that this annual holiday auction not only provides someone the joy of taking home a fully decorated tree or wreath, but another way to help our local youth pursue their dreams of attaining a health care career.”
Sandy Penrod and Brandi Koering join Holmes on the Christmas Tree Fundraiser Committee for the FMCH Auxiliary.
The Christmas Tree Silent Auction will benefit the FMCH Auxiliary’s Scholarship Program, which assists local students pursuing a degree in the medical field, the FMCH Auxiliary awards $4,000 annually.
The Fort Madison Community Hospital Auxiliary’s Christmas Tree/Wreath Silent Auction officially ends on November 21st at 10 a.m. Winners will be contacted to take their tree or wreath home at that time. For more information on this fundraising event, contact Carrie Green, FMCH Auxiliary President, 319-376-2747.