FCMH Foundation Super Summer Raffle tickets now available


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The FCMH Foundation is holding a raffle fundraiser for this John Deere zero-turn mower. Pictured from left are front row: Whitney Gentry, FCMH Foundation, Jennie Merriweather, Gusweiler office manager; back row: Andy Swisshelm representing Ag-Pro, Brooks Pursley, Danny McKnight and Dave Pence of Gusweiler Toyota, Curt Curtis, Keith Burns and Rick Fagan, Gusweiler GM, Mike Diener, FCMH CEO, Stephen Farrens, Vermeer Heartland, Roger Kirkpatrick and Ron Ratliff, FCMH Foundation.

The FCMH Foundation is holding a raffle fundraiser for this John Deere zero-turn mower. Pictured from left are front row: Whitney Gentry, FCMH Foundation, Jennie Merriweather, Gusweiler office manager; back row: Andy Swisshelm representing Ag-Pro, Brooks Pursley, Danny McKnight and Dave Pence of Gusweiler Toyota, Curt Curtis, Keith Burns and Rick Fagan, Gusweiler GM, Mike Diener, FCMH CEO, Stephen Farrens, Vermeer Heartland, Roger Kirkpatrick and Ron Ratliff, FCMH Foundation.


Thanks to the support of a few local businesses, the Fayette County Memorial Hospital Foundation is holding a raffle fundraiser in which one lucky winner will ride away on a John Deere zero-turn mower.

Ag-Pro, Gusweiler Auto Group and Vermeer Heartland are sponsoring the raffle of the Z720e 54-inch mower. Tickets are being sold for $20 each and can be purchased from any of the sponsors and at the FCMH Foundation office, located in Medical Arts Building 1, 1450 Columbus Ave. in Washington C.H.

“The Super Summer Raffle has become a tradition with the FCMH Foundation,” said Foundation Director Whitney Gentry. “We greatly appreciate all the businesses and organizations that are working with us to make this fundraiser possible.”

Proceeds from the raffle will be invested in the hospital through the purchase of equipment, capital improvements and staff training.

“Everything we do at the foundation is to support the hospital in providing state-of-the-art professional care,” Gentry said.

Tickets will also be on sale at Fayette County’s Toast to Summer and Hot Air Balloon Glow, Saturday, June 22 at the Fayette County Airport. The winning ticket will be drawn Aug. 17 at Fayette County Farm Bureau’s Farm-to-Fork Dinner. Ticket purchasers do not need to be present to win.

About FCMH Foundation

The mission of the FCMH Foundation is to forge the future of Fayette County Memorial Hospital by increasing awareness of needs and raising funds. The 501c(3) is governed by a 15-member board made up of local business and community leaders.

The FCMH Foundation is holding a raffle fundraiser for this John Deere zero-turn mower. Pictured from left are front row: Whitney Gentry, FCMH Foundation, Jennie Merriweather, Gusweiler office manager; back row: Andy Swisshelm representing Ag-Pro, Brooks Pursley, Danny McKnight and Dave Pence of Gusweiler Toyota, Curt Curtis, Keith Burns and Rick Fagan, Gusweiler GM, Mike Diener, FCMH CEO, Stephen Farrens, Vermeer Heartland, Roger Kirkpatrick and Ron Ratliff, FCMH Foundation.
https://www.recordherald.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/27/2019/05/web1_2019-Sponsor-Photo.jpgThe FCMH Foundation is holding a raffle fundraiser for this John Deere zero-turn mower. Pictured from left are front row: Whitney Gentry, FCMH Foundation, Jennie Merriweather, Gusweiler office manager; back row: Andy Swisshelm representing Ag-Pro, Brooks Pursley, Danny McKnight and Dave Pence of Gusweiler Toyota, Curt Curtis, Keith Burns and Rick Fagan, Gusweiler GM, Mike Diener, FCMH CEO, Stephen Farrens, Vermeer Heartland, Roger Kirkpatrick and Ron Ratliff, FCMH Foundation.

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