Fairview Makes a Donation to Hudson Students

November 24, 2017

 

Staff photo by Len Lathrop  From left, Carolyn Beaulieu, Laurel Place activities coordinator; Joy Kidawski, The Inn at Fairview Memory Care Program manager; Gloria Carter, who worked the baked goods table and represents the residents who like to do their part in contributing to the community; Rich Leboeuf, Fairview administrator; Heather Parsons, at risk coordinator for the Hudson School System, Greg Batchelder, executive director; The Inn at Fairview; Sylvie Cotnoir, director, Laurel Place; and Paula McCarron, Fairview Healthcare and Rehabilitation, activities director.

Staff photo by Len Lathrop From left, Carolyn Beaulieu, Laurel Place activities coordinator; Joy Kidawski, The Inn at Fairview Memory Care Program manager; Gloria Carter, who worked the baked goods table and represents the residents who like to do their part in contributing to the community; Rich Leboeuf, Fairview administrator; Heather Parsons, at risk coordinator for the Hudson School System, Greg Batchelder, executive director; The Inn at Fairview; Sylvie Cotnoir, director, Laurel Place; and Paula McCarron, Fairview Healthcare and Rehabilitation, activities director.

by Len Lathrop

In a small gathering, members of the Fairview Health senior staff met with Heather Parsons, at risk coordinator for the Hudson school system, to present her with a check from a fundraiser at their annual fall fair.

The fall fair raised $1,558 for the students.  The school system will use the money to support needs of students in the program.  Examples would include support for a summer program, gift cards for school supplies, funds for sports program costs, and many other things.