MHS Volunteer Corps Donates More Holiday Lights
Memorial Health System (MHS) has added to their holiday lights scenes with a few new lights at the front of Memorial Hospital. The lights were donated by the Memorial Health System Volunteer Corps (MHSVC). The photos above show the light displays during the day and at night. Memorial Health System has lighted holiday scenes on display along Brady Street in Abilene, some of which include motion.
The Memorial Health System Volunteer Corps continues to spread holiday cheer by donating more holiday lights to Memorial Health System in Abilene. This year, Memorial Hospital received new illuminated snowflakes on the light poles in the front parking lot and smaller illuminated motion snowflakes on the fence of the front parking lot. The lights add to the sights of the season at the front of Memorial Hospital. Also, be sure to see the light displays along Brady Street in front of the Home Health and Hospice of Dickinson County office, Learn and Grow Depot, Memorial Hospital, and Village Manor. The MHS Volunteer Corps holds several fundraisers throughout the year and uses the proceeds to support special projects within Memorial Health System.