Pictured are L to R Bill May, RHG, Alan Bird, CEO ACRMC, Sherry Stout, Executive Director Adams County Medical Foundation and Chairman of the Medical Foundation Tami Graham.

The 10th Anniversary Adams County Medical Foundation Gala was held on October 4th at The Willow in Winchester, Ohio and proved to be the largest Gala on record with over $93,000 being raised.

The evening was a full night of recognition both to the 10 year sponsors and with memorial tribute to Dr. Dale Mathias, Dr. Larry W. Best, Dr. Francis Stevens and Dr. Bruce Ashley. These tributes were made in the form of Scholarships and Auction Packages. 

The Adams County Medical Foundation presented a check in the amount of $129,000 to the Adams County Regional Medical Center for land that was purchased in West Union and given to the hospital for a new Medical Arts Building.  

The biggest attraction of the evening was the She Shed, donated 100% by Lonestar Sheds, LLC located in Winchester, Ohio.  The C103 Car for the Cure was also on-site and auctioned at the end of the night with all proceeds staying local for women to have mammograms that don’t have insurance to cover the cost.  

The “She Shed” donated by Lonestar Sheds, LLC near Winchester was a favorite auction item of the evening.  
The Adams County Medical Foundation, Inc. is a non profit organization 501(c)(3) that was founded in 2005. The Foundation is governed by a Board of Directors comprised of local community leaders, business owners and health care professionals.
The mission of the Foundation is to provide financial support to the Adams County Regional Medical Center and other health-related endeavors to ensure premium health care program and service availability to the residents of the Adams County region.  This mission is only possible through the generous support and partnership that exists within the community.
Over the years, the Adams County Regional Medical Center has played an important role in the health of our community.  The vision of the Foundation is to ensure high-level care continues in Adams County for generations to come.


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