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Freeman Auxiliary to host “Books Are Fun” sale

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POSTED ON BEHALF OF FREEMAN HEALTH SERVICES

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Freeman Auxiliary hosts book sale

Freeman Auxiliary to host “Books Are Fun” sale

9 am – 3 pm Tuesday, October 8
Freeman Business Center conference room
3220 McClelland Boulevard (rear entrance)
Joplin, Mo.

7 am – 4 pm Wednesday, October 9
Freeman Hospital East conference room 1
932 East 34th Street (first floor)
Joplin, Mo.

7 am – 4 pm Thursday, October 10
7 am – 3 pm Friday, October 11
Freeman Hospital West conference rooms 1 – 3W
1102 West 32nd Street
Joplin, Mo.

All proceeds from the “Books Are Fun” sale will benefit Freeman hospitals and Freeman Auxiliary community projects.

Freeman Auxiliary supports programs such as Children’s Miracle Network Hospitals®, the Chaplains Fund, Ronald McDonald House of the Four States, Bill & Virginia Leffen Center for Autism, local nursing schools, and Sir Koff-A-Lot bears for heart patients. The mission of Freeman Auxiliary is to provide volunteer service that benefits patients, their families, and the hospital; contribute financially whenever possible; and establish relationships within the community. Volunteers of all ages assist visitors at the information desk, in surgical waiting rooms, and at Freeman Gift Gallery locations. Opportunities to volunteer are available at Freeman Hospital West, Freeman Hospital East, and Freeman Neosho Hospital. Freeman Auxiliary welcomes caring men and women who possess a desire to give back to the community.

For more information about the book sale or to become a volunteer, please contact Linda McIntosh, Volunteer Programs Supervisor, at 417.347.4603.

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