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HHS Volleyball Donates to Grand Mesa Oncology

Hotchkiss High School Volleyball Team Raises Nine Thousand Dollars for Grand Mesa Oncology and Infusion Center in Delta, CO.

HHS Volleyball team
Top Row: Dr. Allan Miller, Indigo Miller-Barnes, Amelia Hickam, Tycee Taylor, Vianney Mendoza, Carson Collins, Lexi Wrich, Elsie Vazquez, Ruby Shiflet, Katie Powers, Dr. Helen Goldberg, Nysha Wilson, Grand Mesa Oncology Manager, Arienne Huff, RN Bottom Row: Nadia Hill, Wendy Maring, RN Bella Brezonick, Allyson Regelman, Bailey Miller, Kelsey Stark, RN

The Hotchkiss High School Volleyball team donated $9,147 to the DCMH Foundation to benefit Grand Mesa Oncology and Infusion Center by hosting a Pink Out night on October 19. Nysha Wilson, Grand Mesa Oncology and Infusion Manager said, “I was overwhelmed by what these ladies were able to accomplish and am so appreciative of their kind hearts.”

Students, parents, community members, and local businesses supported the fundraiser by donating silent auction items, baked goods, and selling tickets to win half a beef that was also donated. At the volleyball game, the team recognized all those in attendance who have been affected by cancer by giving each person a flower. The DCMH Foundation and entire Grand Mesa Oncology department would like to thank all of these outstanding young ladies, their families, and the community that helped them to raise this incredible donation. 

The Delta County Memorial Hospital Foundation, formed in 2001, is a 501(c)(3) non-profit dedicated to supporting the mission of the Delta County Memorial Hospital: To be the people’s first choice for accessible, high-quality health services, and to enhance the well-being of those we serve. The Foundation raises and administers funds for Delta County Memorial Hospital for projects, equipment purchases and provides support for employees to pursue healthcare related careers through scholarship funds and continuing education classes.

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