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PINK Event 2019

UPMC Horizon and UPMC Jameson will hold the annual PINK Event
(Prevention, Inspiration, Nurture, Knowledge – a breast cancer fundraiser)
On: Sunday, October 20, 2019
From: 1-4pm
At: The Scottish Rite Cathedral, New Castle, PA

The event is FREE and features:
Exhibitor Marketplace
50/50
The Sherry Chessin Fashion Show
Basket Raffles
Refreshments

Attendees can learn about the regional resources now available for women in Lawrence and Mercer Counties.

To participate as a vendor through our online portal, please click here.

If you prefer to print out your form, complete it and mail it with payment, please follow this link:  PINK Event 2019

The 2019 Cackles, Clutches and Cocktails purse raffle will be held held at The Avalon at Buhl Country Club on Thursday, December 5 from 5:30pm – 9:00pm. 

THIS EVENT IS SOLD OUT!  Thank you for supporting us.  See you in December.

The evening’s events will include the Signature Purse Raffle, the famous 50+ Purse Raffle and a Louis Vuitton purse raffle.

Over $25,000 in brand new, name brand purses will again be raffled throughout the evening with one signature purse winner announced every 15 minutes!

Thank you for supporting the UPMC Horizon Community Health Foundation through this event.

buhlhole18revThe rain held off and despite the soggy course, the UPMC Horizon Community Health Foundation’s 25th Annual Golf Masters Scramble was a huge success.

Congratulations to our winning teams:

First Place:  -13 (score card playoff) UPMC Northwest‘s Keith Pemrick, Rob Woods, Rick Motter & Todd Garrett.

Second Place:  -13 (score card playoff) UPMC St. Margaret‘s David Shebstich, Bob Ledoux, Brandon Ledoux & Scott Long.

Third Place: -10  Joseph Eye & Laser Center‘s Chris Joseph, Allison Joseph, Dave Sobolsky & Terry Danko.

Thank you to all the teams who supported our outing this year.

A huge Thank You to our Sponsors:

Event Sponsor – UPMC Horizon Medical Staff

Platinum Sponsors – Avanti Architecture, Jackie & Jerry Bonier, DQE Communications, Joseph Eye & Laser Center, PHN Charitable Foundation, UPMC Horizon Jameson, UPMC Passavant.

Bronze Sponsors – Bruce & Merrilees Electric Company, George White Properties, Image Associates Architects, McGonigle Ambulance Service, Rien Construction, Shenango Valley Cinemas, UPMC Horizon Shenango Employee Contribution Fund.

Hole Sponsors – American Infrastructure Solutions, CJL Engineering, Credit Management Company, Davevic Benefit Consultants, Easley & Rivers, Eckley’s TV & Appliances, Greenville Savings Bank, Hodge Foundry, Landau Building Company, Laurel Technical Institute, O’Neill Coffee Company, Pyramid Consulting Group, Renick Brothers Mechanical Contractors, Ridgewood at Shenango Valley, St. Paul Homes, Sterling Drain D’Rooter, The Garland Company, UPMC Centers for Rehab Services, UPMC Horizon Greenville Employee Contribution Fund, UPMC Northwest, Warren Glass & Paint Company, Winslow Engineering.

Friends – Community Counseling Center, Cottage Gardens, ARC of Mercer County.

Do you golf?  Consider golfing with us next year for our 26th Annual Outing.

Still need to complete your sponsorship payment? Use our convenient online sponsor link.

 

Thank you to everyone who purchased hanging baskets through our fundraiser.  Thanks to you, we sold out of hanging baskets by around 1:00 Friday!  We appreciate your support in making this a great fundraiser.  Thank you also to Morrison’s Greenhouse (79 South Stateline Road, Greenville, PA 16125) for giving us the beautiful baskets at a discount.

 

The Medical Equipment Recycling Program in Farrell has been in its new building at 707 Sharon-New Castle Road for almost a year now and the comments have been favorable.  “The new MERP is so clean and neat,” said one comment card.  Another claimed, “I had such a hard time getting into the old MERP because there was a long, steep ramp to the door and the parking was always terrible.  The new location has parking right outside the door and the building is so easy to access!”

The new location boasts a large, clean and nicely decorated waiting area and three manned desks for helping people who need to borrow or return equipment.  The cleaning and refurbishing now takes place behind closed doors, so the smells of cleaning chemicals and the sounds of the steaming machine are not a distraction to the employees and volunteers trying to help people who need our services.  Finally, we have a large room for UV sterilization and a wash room that has a large roll-in cleaning area, plus the equipment washing machine.  The workshop is being organized with shelving and drawers, labeled parts and a “needs repaired” area separate from the “ready to loan” area.  The setup makes it easier for those working the front office to know what equipment is clean and ready to be loaned and what equipment still needs refurbished.  It’s much easier to give directions to the new MERP, and because of its great location more people are happening upon it and obtaining the equipment they need to live more independently.  Building upon over 20 years of success and partnerships, MERP has now loaned 28,456 pieces of medical equipment valued at nearly $3.5 million to over 21,000 people.

Thank you to all the UPMC Horizon Farrell Hospital employees who joined us at our “block party” on
Friday, March 24.  Aside from the delicious cookies and pizza bites, there were great giveaways and a contest!

Employees could try to guess how many pieces of equipment were loaned through our MERP in fiscal year 2016.  Guesses ranged from 89 – 15,000!  MERP loaned 3,720 pieces of equipment, so the lucky winner, who guessed 4,000 got to choose either a jumbo UPMC chocolate bar, a camp chair or a jacket.

The great thing about the block party was that we were able to talk about the great things our foundation is doing to over 100 UPMC employees.  We hope to participate in the UPMC Horizon Greenville block party within the next few months, so look for us there!

Our Healthy Habits program was in full swing this January when about 45 eighth graders enjoyed a field trip to Thyme in Your Kitchen in Sharon, PA to learn how to cook healthy meals at home.  Thyme in Your Kitchen helped to sponsor this program that taught eighth grade students from Farrell Schools some easy meals with readily available ingredients.  Students learned how to create healthy quesadillas, make hand-made egg noodles and chicken noddle soup, and create some desserts that were nutritious.  Each student received an apron and a personal cookbook.  Students loved the class where they learned how to measure ingredients, properly chop vegetables, saute, boil and bake.  “I went home and made quesadillas for my brother and sisters right away.  We had fun making our own creations,” said one student.  Just one week later, three other students had already made quesadillas at home and several had made the egg noodles for their families.  The cooking class was added as a trial this year and the students overwhelmingly agreed that it is a keeper!

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THANK YOU for joining us on Thursday, November 10th, 2016 at the UPMC  Horizon WomanCare Center for our newest fundraiser – Cackles, Clutches & Cocktails!  The event was a huge success thanks to your participation and the support of these, our sponsors.

 

The proceeds from the evening support the UPMC Horizon Community Health Foundation and medical programs in your community.

 

 

 

FullSizeRender (00F)The UPMC Horizon Community Health Foundation’s 22nd Annual Golf Master’s Scramble was held at the Avalon at Buhl on Monday, June 27.  Golfers were greeted by a beautiful blue sky!

The day began with a great breakfast, a putting contest and a basket raffle and after 18 holes of golf, golfers
and guests enjoyed delicious appetizers and a buffet dinner.

The golf outing is our largest fundraiser of the year and proceeds are used to address unmet health and human service needs in our community.  Thank you to everyone who sponsored the event, golfed and to our many volunteers who made the day very special!FullSizeRender (015)image13

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IMG_5349Thank you to our ten 9th graders who served as trainers for the fifth graders at Farrell Schools this past year.

These ninth grade students went above and beyond by being our first students to participate in the Healthy Habits for Life program as fitness trainers.  This year, these ten students taught healthy eating and exercises to their 5th grade peers at Farrell Schools.

UPMC Horizon Wellness Center’s Heather Parks presented each of the ninth grade trainers with a gift card to Dunham’s and a participation certificate.  The program is funded by the UPMC Horizon Community Health Foundation.

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The program, initiated in 2014/2015 school year has been in the development phase.  Now, the program is ready to fully implement for the 2016/2017 school year.

Do you know of of a school that would like to see this program?  Read the Program Information and complete the Application.

 

 

 

 

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