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Auxiliary Tea raises $2,500 for cancer care at JRMC

Posted on Sep 21, 2017

Auxiliary Tea raises $2,500 for cancer care at JRMC

More than 160 women gathered for tea and sandwiches this month, all raising money for a charitable cause. Jamestown Regional Medical Center’s Auxiliary raised about $2,500 at its Tea for All Seasons on Sept. 12. One hundred and sixty-five women attended the event at Trinity Lutheran Church, one of the event’s best attendances in its 14-year history. Attendees raised more than $2,500. All proceeds benefit Jamestown Regional Medical Center’s Cancer Center. “We want to thank everyone who attended and all Auxiliary members who helped organize,” said Cindy Grimm, past-president of the JRMC Auxiliary. read...

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Golf event raises $9,000 for ANGELS fund

Posted on Aug 17, 2017

Golf event raises $9,000 for ANGELS fund

 She would say “I’m sorry for your loss.” She would say “It’s not your fault.” But it always felt empty. So after driving home in tears and sharing her experience with family, Dr. Mandy Sorlie, her husband, Dave, and their children, Olivia, 11; Owen, 8; and Lauren, 4; created the Advocating for Neonatal Grief and Early Loss Support (ANGELS) fund. “As parents, we couldn’t imagine what it would feel like to experience infant death,” Dr. Sorlie said. “Dave just looked at me and said ‘we can do this.’” read...

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GOLF “fore” GOOD raises $28,000

Posted on Jul 28, 2017

GOLF “fore” GOOD raises $28,000

Team Jerry’s Kids retained its first-place title this year in Jamestown Regional Medical Center’s GOLF “fore” GOOD tournament. The team’s name, “Jerry’s Kids,” is in memory of the late Jerry Baenen. Baenen had played in each GOLF “fore” GOOD tournament since the event’s origin seven years ago. After his death in December 2016, JRMC organized this summer’s GOLF “fore” GOOD in Baenen’s memory. The tournament benefits the upcoming JRMC Cancer Center. Baenen is remembered as a lovable golfer who was generous with both his time and money. A cancer survivor, Baenen knew that cancer is not an illness you fight alone. To help, Baenen volunteered his time with Stutsman County Relay for Life. He’d also drive people to their oncology treatments in Bismarck, if they needed it. read...

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Tea to raise money for JRMC Cancer Center

Posted on Jul 11, 2017

Tea to raise money for JRMC Cancer Center

Tea, treats and sweets can help save a life. The Jamestown Regional Medical Center Auxiliary’s Tea for All Seasons is set for 2 p.m., Tuesday, Sept. 12, at Trinity Lutheran Church. The afternoon includes tea, sandwiches and sweets as well as a silent auction and door prizes. Tickets are $10 per person and can be purchased from any JRMC Auxiliary member, at the JRMC Gift Shoppe or the day of the event. The year 2017 marks the 14th anniversary of the event. Last year, Tea for All Seasons raised about $2,500. All proceeds benefit JRMC’s Cancer Center. JRMC’s Auxiliary has raised more than $42,000 for JRMC’s Cancer Center. read...

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Concert for Care set for July 27

Posted on Jul 11, 2017

Concert for Care set for July 27

An outdoor music event promises to hit the high note for healthcare in the community. Concert for Care is set for Thursday, July 27. The evening features entertainers Matt Aakre and Jeb Reinhiller and includes an all-ages rib-fest style barbecue and street dance. Jamestown Elks sponsors Concert for Care, which raises funds for both the Anne Carlsen Center and Jamestown Regional Medical Center. “Miles matter when it comes to cost-efficient, very good care,” said JRMC Foundation Director Lisa Jackson. “Concert for Care is a great way to support our services for you and your family’s needs.” read...

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Register now: GOLF “fore” ANGELS

Posted on Jul 7, 2017

Register now: GOLF “fore” ANGELS

GOLF “fore” ANGELS is a fun event with a heartbreaking cause.Every year, families experience the loss of an infant due to miscarriage or some other unexpected and unforeseen circumstance. To help those families, Dave and Dr. Mandy Sorlie created a fund to help pay medical bills for those parents at Jamestown Regional Medical Center Foundation. The Sorlies created the Advocating for Neonatal Grief and Early Loss Support (ANGELS) fund in 2015. The fund is available to anyone who experiences an infant loss at JRMC at the gestation of 16 weeks or greater due to unavoidable circumstances. Grant amounts and recipients are determined by the availability of funds. The grant covers the labor and delivery charges after insurance payments. read...

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