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Proceeds from Summer Spray 5K benefit Baldwin, Baker students

Published on October 08, 2015

 Lawrence Memorial Hospital Endowment Association staff presented a grant to Baldwin City Elementary School Primary Center on Oct. 5. Accepting the grant from Kathy Clausing-Willis, right, LMH vice president for development, is gym teacher Devin Hance. Also pictured are Steve Friend and Tiffany Hall, LMH Endowment annual giving manager.

Lawrence Memorial Hospital Endowment Association staff presented a grant to Baldwin City Elementary School Primary Center on Oct. 5. Accepting the grant from Kathy Clausing-Willis, right, LMH vice president for development, is gym teacher Devin Hance. Also pictured are Steve Friend and Tiffany Hall, LMH Endowment annual giving manager.

Proceeds from Summer Spray 5K benefit Baldwin City Elementary, Baker students

Proceeds from the Lawrence Memorial Hospital Endowment Association's Summer Spray 5K series benefit the communities in which the run/walks are held: Baldwin City, Tonganoxie and Eudora.

Lawrence Memorial Hospital Endowment Association recently distributed Baldwin City's 2015 grant money to the Baker University Student Health Center and the Baldwin City Elementary School Primary Center.

Baker University will use the funding for onsite lab testing, allowing students who are sick to stay close to home for treatment and diagnosis. The Elementary School Primary Center will replace damaged gym equipment, encourage physical activity and promote My Plate Education, a program that teaches children how to make healthy food choices and engage in physically active lives.

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