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News : Quilt To Be Raffled For Sunnyview Foundation Project
Posted by Randy on 2014/8/26 9:34:22 (61 reads) News by the same author

The Sunnyview Foundation has been given a quilt to be raffled to raise money for the Foundation's landscaping project.
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The butterfly garden quilt was presented to the Foundation by Crystal Whitaker of the Scappy Quilters Guild. The winner of the quilt is to be drawn November 21st. Tickets are $1, or 6 for $5. They can be purchased at the Sunnyview business office, or at the Trenton Area Chamber of Commerce office.

The quilt is to be displayed at banks in Trenton, the North 65 Center, and at Sunnyview Nursing Home. The display schedule includes this coming Monday through September 6th at US Bank main branch, September 8th through September 20th at the US Bank east branch, and September 22nd through October 4th at Farmers Bank of Northern Missouri. The quilt can be seen October 6th through October 18th at Farmers State Bank, October 20th through November 1st at Citizens Bank, November 3rd through November 7th at North 65 Center, and November 8th through November 21st at Sunnyview Nursing Home.

Sunnyview Foundation has recognized Rebecca Bridges as its August Employee of the Month. The certified nurse aid has been with Sunnyview since last year. Ms. Bridges was nominated by residents and families. She received an Employee of the Month parking spot and and a $25 check from the Foundation.

A stipend has been presented to Tom Trump by Virginia Brassfield-Briegel to thank Trump for his gift of a memorial tree for Sunnyview. The tree will display donations to the Sunnyview Foundation. Donations can be made to memorialize individuals, or in honor of individuals.

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