HMRI recieves a check for $65,000 from the Altadena Guild At the June 2016 General Membership Meeting
What a spectacular
Home Tour that Suzy, Linda, Carolyn and Priscilla organized for
us! The weather was glorious, the children’s parade led by a young
violinist was so fun culminating around the May Pole, the homes and
gardens were spectacular, the Tea Garden and the Altadini Pub were
a huge success, as well as the Open Studios art show. The various
vendors drew many shoppers which contribute to our financial success,
along with the amazing musicians, the antique car exhibit, the golf
carts shuttling our guests along the street, same day ticket sales at the
entrances went off without a hitch and a big shout out to the terrific
support from our Altadena Sheriff’s Station employees and volunteers. I
heard many compliments about our gorgeous floral arrangements. The
Bakery was scrumptious, and our thanks to Jim Rutledge who manned
his Bakery on the Go cart! Wow! Look at what we can do together!
What a day! Heartfelt thanks to our Guild members, husbands, helpers,
and friends. Thank you, thank you, one and all!
Again we were able to present $6000 to HMH Constance G Zahorik Appearance Center!
HMRI recieves a check for $60,000 from the Altadena Guild At the June 2015 General Membership Meeting
On Sunday, May 3rd, we explored the magnificent homes and gardens on Midlothian Drive between the intersections of Mendocino Lane to the North and Glenview Terrace to the South.
These homes and gardens delighted hundres of visitors with their beauty and versatility.
As a result of your monetary support we will be able to make a significant contribution to the Huntington Medical Research Institutes, Huntington Hospital’s Constance G. Zahorik Appearance Center, and the Altadena Guild Community Service Scholarship, given to a deserving employee of the hospital.
$6000 presented to HMH Constance G Zahorik Appearance Center
At the Altadena Guild's October General Meeting, Marie Darr (far left) and Julie Manning (far right) presented Dr. Ruth Williamson, Director of the Cancer Center (left), Yo Zeiman (center), and Sheryl Rudie, Executive Director, Ambulatory Services (right) from the Huntington Memorial Hospital's Appearance Center with a check for $6000. Along with HMRI, the Center is supported by the Guild for their work helping patients with their appearance, following illness and treatments associated with cancer and other conditions.
Yo most passionately thanked the Guild for their donation to her important work.
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Since its founding in 1952, the scientists and physicians of Huntington Medical Research Institutes (HMRI) have helped improve medical and surgical diagnosis and treatment. HMRI is proud to have had the support of the Altadena Guild since its inception. HMRI is also proud of its affiliation with Huntington Hospital and its role in helping attract and retain some of the leaders of its medical staff and medical education program. Working together, HMRI, the Altadena Guild and the Hospital not only enhance the care available in our community, but foster innovation, discoveries and education that add quality years to the lives of people around the world. To learn more about HMRI, click here.