web analytics

Categorized | News

Fundraising completed for ultrasound machine at Alpha Family Center

Check presentation by Leonard Kogut, Grand Knight for $17,000 from the Cedar Springs Council 15889 of the Knights of Columbus to Chuck Smith, Board President of the Alpha Family Center. Pictured from L to R: Frederick Bartel, District Deputy;  Fr. Lam Le, Pastor St. John Paul II Catholic Church; Leonard Kogut, Grand Knight;  Chuck Smith, Alpha Board President; Megan Poll, Clinic Director; and Teresa Hathaway, Executive Director

The Cedar Springs Knights of Columbus Council 15889 completed a successful fundraising drive for an ultrasound machine to be placed at the Alpha Family Center in Cedar Springs. The goal was to raise $25,000 to cover half of the cost for the machine and additional resources for supplies and training. The total raised locally was $25,300. A special thanks to those who made this a reality.  The cost of the machine was $34,000, with half of the money being provided by the fundraising efforts locally and other half from the Supreme Office of the Knights of Columbus in New Haven, CT. 

There will be an open house at the Alpha Family Center on October 23, 2021, from 2 p.m. to 4 p.m. The open house will give the public an opportunity to see the renovated space and the ultrasound machine.   The center is located at 6 N First Street in Cedar Springs.  

This post was written by:

- who has written 18442 posts on Cedar Springs Post Newspaper.


Contact the author

Leave a Reply

*

code

advert
Intandem Credit Union
Ray Winnie

Archives

Get Your Copy of The Cedar Springs Post for just $40 a year!