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Posted: 11/26/2013 | Categories: FMC News, FMC Foundation
The Frank S. Benson, Sr. TWIG 7 held its Annual Tree Lighting Ceremony on Nov. 26 in the North Lobby of Fairfield Medical Center marking its 25th annual “Tree of Light” project.
This year, Judith Schullery was honored with the official tree lighting ceremony duties and the FMC choir provided wonderful Christmas carols to help kick off the holiday season. It was a joyous event with more than 50 people in attendance.
“All donations this year are designated to help purchase an infant warmer for the Fairfield Medical Center maternity unit,” said Alberta Brennan, TWIG 7 Tree of Light chair.
It is an FMC tradition for TWIG 7 to place decorated trees in both the North and South lobbies. The two trees are filled with stars and angels representing symbols of donations from members of the community.
“We enjoy kicking off the holiday season with this ceremony each year and I speak on behalf of all of us at FMC when I say a heartfelt thanks to TWIG 7 for all they do to make this happen,” said Mina Ubbing, FMC president and CEO.
TWIG 7 asks for your support of this project. With your contribution, you may memorialize or honor a loved one. The names specified will be recorded in the duplicate “Books of Honor” on display in both the North and South lobbies.
For more information, call Alberta Brennan at (740) 569-7775. Contributions can be mailed to the Frank S. Benson Sr. TWIG 7 at P.O. Box 2512 in Lancaster, Ohio.