Did you know that originally, St. Luke’s Hospital Auxiliary members wore yellow smocks when working in the hospital? Later they learned that the American Hospital Association’s official uniform for nurses’ aides was a cherry red. This led to the peach smocks you see now and the name Cherry Smocks. Those volunteers honored for 250 Hours of Service were Sandy Everhart, Dorothy Stanley and Peggy Wyllie. Honored for 500 hours of service were Laural Brown, Ruth Cantrell, Lucy Mauney and Dene Pellegrinon. Volunteers honored for 750 hours of service were John Calure, Ed Daws, Mary Duncan, Jim Robb and Frank Williams. A sincere appreciation was extended to all volunteers who share their time and talents so willingly on behalf of St. Luke’s Hospital. Pictured at left are Frank Williams, Mary Duncan and John Calure, all honored for 750 hours of service. Pictured at right are volunteers Lucy Mauney and Dene Pellegrinon, both honored for 500 hours of service. (photo submitted)
Did you know that originally, St. Luke’s Hospital Auxiliary members wore yellow smocks when working in the hospital? Later they learned that the American Hospital Association’s official uniform for nurses’ aides was a cherry red. This led to the peach smocks you see now and the name Cherry Smocks. Those volunteers honored for 250 Hours of Service were Sandy Everhart, Dorothy Stanley and Peggy Wyllie. Honored for 500 hours of service were Laural Brown, Ruth Cantrell, Lucy Mauney and Dene Pellegrinon. Volunteers honored for 750 hours of service were John Calure, Ed Daws, Mary Duncan, Jim Robb and Frank Williams. A sincere appreciation was extended to all volunteers who share their time and talents so willingly on behalf of St. Luke’s Hospital. Pictured at left are Frank Williams, Mary Duncan and John Calure, all honored for 750 hours of service. Pictured below are volunteers Lucy Mauney and Dene Pellegrinon, both honored for 500 hours of service. (photo submitted)

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St. Luke’s honors volunteers

Published 9:07am Thursday, May 23, 2013

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