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Angel Tree at PCH

Angel Tree at PCH

December 12th, 2017

The Pana Community Hospital Foundation is now selling angels for the 2017 Memorial Angel Tree.  The Christmas tree, adorned with hundreds of hand crafted lace angels and white lights, is now on display in the Pana Community Hospital Medical Mall.  Each angel, tagged with the name of a loved one, symbolizes and celebrates their life during the holiday season.  The angels may be purchased for $5.00 each and are sold in the Foundation Office located in Pana Community Hospital.  “The Memorial Angel Tree has become a long-standing tradition for many families who have lost a loved one,” states Kim Rodgers, Foundation Executive Director.  Additionally, many choose to pay tribute to a special person still with us through the program.  Starting January 8th, 2018 the angels may be picked up at the Foundation Office.  For more information and details about the Memorial Angel Tree, contact Kim Rodgers, Foundation Executive Director at 562-6340.  Proceeds from the Memorial Angel Tree allow Pana Community Hospital Foundation to help fund the PCH Building Project.














Pictured is Foundation Executive Director Kim Rodgers placing an angel on the 2017 tree.