A Sturgeon Bay workgroup, combined with the efforts of the Rotary Club of Sturgeon Bay and the Board of World Mission of the Moravian Church, is supporting a rural clinic in Honduras. The workgroup has the collective goals of medical support for the clinic, construction support for the compound and assisting the infant feeding program.
Rick Nelson, of Sturgeon Bay, is currently a consultant and adviser of the Clínica Evangelica Morava. Nelson, a member of the local Moravian Church, has worked and lived in Honduras for many years and is the workgroup’s guide and mentor.
The workgroup team is led by Brian Stephens, chief administrative officer of Door County Medical Center (DCMC). The team also includes Mary Campbell, Pine Hills Country Club; Linda Ferrari, RN, DCMC & St. Vincent Hospital; Doreen Holt, retired RN; Chris Olson, assistant sanitarian, Door County Land Use Service Department; and Andrew Starr, manager materials management, DCMC. Joining the work group on a financial grant is Dennis Hildebrand and Mary Montavon of D&M Productions Inc.
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