J-Six gives 500K for NVCH expansion project

( Credit: NVCH)

(KMZA)--The J-Six Legacy Foundation has made a $500,000 donation to the capital campaign for the Nemaha Valley Community Hospital expansion and renovation project.

Courtney Schmelzle, Director of the Nemaha Valley Health Care Foundation, announced the contribution last week. Schmelzle said the donation will recognize J-Six Legacy Foundation as the sponsor of the hospital- Imaging Wing and Courtyard.

Joe Kramer, CFO and Co-Owner of J-Six Enterprises, stated “J-Six Legacy Foundation is honored and proud to be part of the expansion plans at Nemaha Valley Community Hospital. We believe that supporting the community and this project is a vital element in the well-being of our friends, families, and neighbors. Our support today is an investment in the future of healthcare for all of us and this commitment is a reminder of how important healthcare is, especially in our rural communities.”

Nemaha Valley Health Care Foundation Board Member T. J. Haverkamp stated “We are incredibly grateful of the J-Six Legacy Foundation for their generous commitment to our Capital Campaign and their continued support of the entire NVCH community. This commitment demonstrates how deeply the J-Six family believes in our area health care, now and for future generations.”

A ground breaking ceremony was held in July to celebrate the beginning of the 22-million dollar expansion and remodel project at the Seneca hospital.

For information concerning the NVCH hospital expansion or the Capital Campaign please contact Kiley Floyd at 785-336-6181 Courtney Schmelzle at 785-336-0426.

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