Thanks to the generosity of our wonderful Door County community and those who attended the 65th annual Angel Ball on Oct. 8, the Door County Medical Center (DCMC) Auxiliary raised more than $42,000 for its scholarship fund. The scholarship committee will use the money raised to award scholarships to Door County and Algoma high school graduates who are pursuing health care careers, as well as to those who are currently working in the health care field to further their education.
Since 1956, the Angel Ball has been the major fundraiser for health care scholarships awarded by the DCMC Auxiliary. The commitment to improving the quality of all our lives is an integral part of our success, and we thank every individual and business that supports this important effort. From longtime attendees to those who attended for the first time, your generosity continues to impress and amaze.
Brian Stephens, CEO of Door County Medical Center, was presented with the auxiliary’s inaugural Angel Award for his leadership in helping to ensure the health and safety of all Door County residents and visitors during the ongoing pandemic. Mr. Stephens shared the award by praising the hard work of the entire staff and volunteers at DCMC.
Lynda Szczepanik, Angel Ball Committee Chair
Door County Medical Center Auxiliary