FCMH Foundation receives donation from McDonald’s


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From left to right (front row), Shirley Pettit, FCMH Foundation board member, Nick Epifano, owner/operator of Fayette County McDonald’s, Stephanie Campbell, FCMH marketing and foundation coordinator, Chelsie Hornsby, FCMH director of business; (back row) Rob Herron, FCMH Foundation board member, and Ron Ratliff, FCMH Foundation treasurer.


Fayette County Memorial Hospital (FCMH) Foundation board members received a check in the amount of $2,278 from Nick Epifano, owner and operator of Fayette County McDonald’s.

This donation is made possible from the “McDrink Pink” campaign. This event was conducted on Oct. 28, 29 and 30 at the Fayette County McDonald’s locations including: 280 S. Elm St. and 1401 Leesburg Ave., Washington Court House, and 12518 Old US Rt. 35 NW, Jeffersonville. Epifano donated $1 to the FCMH Partners in Pink Mammography Program from the purchase of every Strawberry Smoothie or Shake.

“We were pleased to partner with the FCMH Foundation for this inaugural event and look forward to doing it again next year,” Epifano said.

Fayette County Memorial Hospital is a critical access hospital (25-bed hospital) with over 30 healthcare providers, complete with a full spectrum of healthcare services.

From left to right (front row), Shirley Pettit, FCMH Foundation board member, Nick Epifano, owner/operator of Fayette County McDonald’s, Stephanie Campbell, FCMH marketing and foundation coordinator, Chelsie Hornsby, FCMH director of business; (back row) Rob Herron, FCMH Foundation board member, and Ron Ratliff, FCMH Foundation treasurer.
http://www.recordherald.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/27/2016/12/web1_McDrink-Pink-Donation-Photo.jpgFrom left to right (front row), Shirley Pettit, FCMH Foundation board member, Nick Epifano, owner/operator of Fayette County McDonald’s, Stephanie Campbell, FCMH marketing and foundation coordinator, Chelsie Hornsby, FCMH director of business; (back row) Rob Herron, FCMH Foundation board member, and Ron Ratliff, FCMH Foundation treasurer.

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