Even during extreme weather conditions, volunteers delivering meals through Sauk Prairie Healthcare’s Mobile Meals program are faithfully reporting for duty to make sure our homebound neighbors receive food along with a smile.
Sauk Prairie Healthcare would like to thank our many volunteers who helped in 2018 including Bank of Prairie du Sac, Concordia United Methodist Church, Council of Catholic Women St. Norbert’s Church, First Presbyterian Church, First United Church of Christ, Friends of Sauk Prairie Healthcare, Maplewood of Sauk Prairie, Nth Degree, Riverway Business Connections, Sauk Prairie High School FFA and Alumni, Sauk Prairie High School National Honor Society, Sauk Prairie Kiwanis, Sauk Prairie Optimists Club, Schwarz Insurance, St. Aloysius Church, St. John’s Lutheran Church and Quartz Health Solutions.
We are also thankful to individuals who regularly delivered meals including John Balfanz, John Mast, Mike and Linda Peeples, Sr. Lorene Haas, Eileen Klepper, Kelly Breunig, Sharon Nowland, Helen Jaedike, Deb and Jim Fanta, Sue and George Paul, Sandy and Ernie Bruckert, Della Ryan, the Larsen family and many others. Your dedication makes this program possible.
We wish our extraordinary volunteers the best in 2019.
Shawn Lerch, CEO, Sauk Prairie Healthcare