Auxiliary

Swift County-Benson Hospital Auxiliary is active in helping to maintain and improve the hospital’s equipment and facilities. Annual activities throughout the year include fundraising and public education events.

2014 Auxiliary Board Members:

Laree Breen, President

Wendy Johnson, Vice President

Mary Langan, Secretary

Molly Hanson, Treasurer

Jan Baukol, Foundation Representative

Robyn Abner

Frank Lawatsch

Angie Mattheisen

Angela Nissen

Shelly Vergin

Annual Events Sponsored by the SCBH Auxiliary:
“Learn for Life” Program This event is our gift to you.  Come and enjoy dessert and coffee while you discuss a current health care topic with an SCBH healthcare professional. This evening event is usually held in the fall.  Watch this website or the SCBH calendar in the paper for information.  Past topics discussed were: osteoporosis, colon cancer, diabetes, and cholesterol.

Hospital Decorating 
Every spring, auxiliary members get down and dirty outside and plant annuals and perennials around the hospital grounds. We decorate the hospital interior all seasons.

14th Annual Summer Golf Event On Sunday, August 12, the Auxiliary will host its 14th Annual Golf Classic at the Benson Golf Course.  Besides an afternoon of golf, there is more fun in the evening.  We’ll have an awards dinner for everyone after the fun in the sun. Plus, the Auxiliary works all year collecting do dozens of prizes to give away at the evening event.  Sign up early, this event is usually sold out early.  To sign up call the hospital at 320-843-4232.

SCBH Seasonal Clothing  Check us out each season as new shirts and sweats are available in the latest colors for good prices.  All proceeds are used to fund hospital services, educational events and equipment.  

Memberships: Memberships to the SCBH Auxiliary are $10 a year or $100 for an individual life membership. Yearly memberships for the Auxiliary for businesses or organizations is $50 a year or $500 for a lifetime membership. Contact SCBH Auxiliary Board Members or the hospital for more information.

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