St. Joseph Hospital-WVU Medicine President Skip Gjolberg and Spiritual Leader Barry Moll thank local pastors Mike Hinkle and Bob Anderson for their donation of more than 300 boxed lunches for employees in honor of their hard work during the COVID-19 pandemic on Thursday, May 14, during 2020 National Hospital Week. Gjolberg said he and St. Joseph Hospital employees really enjoyed the lunches and everyone’s generosity. He said this time has been stressful for employees with the preparations for any potential COVID-19 patients. Gjolberg is pictured with Moll, Hinkle and Anderson on Thursday as they help unload and deliver the box lunches prepared locally by Fish Hawk Acres. Donations to pay for the box lunches came from local churches and groups including the Christian Golfers Association, Tennerton United Methodist Church, Mt. Hope United Methodist Church, Rocky Fork United Methodist Church, Reger Chapel United Methodist Church, Mt. Olive United Methodist Church at Hinkleville and the Hampton United Methodist Church. / Photo by Beth Christian Broschart

Local churches deliver freshly prepped lunches to St. Joseph’s Hospital employees

BUCKHANNON — Local church groups raised approximately $2,500 to provide box lunches for the entire staff of St. Joseph’s Hospital-WVU Medicine on Thursday, May 14 during the 2020 National Hospital Week.

Groups contributing to the lunches, prepared fresh locally by Fish Hawk Acres, include the Christian Golfers Association, the Tennerton United Methodist Charge including the Tennerton United Methodist Church, Mt. Hope United Methodist Church and the South Buckhannon United Methodist Charge including Rocky Fork United Methodist Church, Reger Chapel United Methodist Church, Mt. Olive United Methodist Church at Hinkleville and the Hampton United Methodist Church.

. Pastors Mike Hinkle and Bob Anderson, pictured with St. Joseph Hospital Spiritual Consultant Barry Moll, unloaded and delivered the more than 300 meals for the employees.

St. Joseph Hospital-WVU Medicine President Skip Gjolberg and Spiritual Leader Barry Moll thanked local pastors Mike Hinkle and Bob Anderson for their donation of more than 300 boxed lunches for employees in honor of their hard work during the COVID-19 pandemic.

Gjolberg said he and St. Joseph Hospital employees really enjoyed the lunches and everyone’s generosity. Gjolberg said this time has been stressful for employees with preparations for any potential COVID-19 patients.

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