Local Elementary Students Shower Providence Caregivers with Thanks
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Local Elementary Students Shower Providence Caregivers with Thanks

Students Say Thank You to Health Care Workers at Providence Redwood Memorial Hospital and Providence St. Joseph Hospital

A group of local grade school students took it upon themselves to send well deserved love and gratitude to health care workers in Humboldt County recently.

On September 30th, caregivers from Providence Redwood Memorial Hospital in Fortuna were on the receiving end of hundreds of thank you cards and posters from students at Ambrosini Elementary School in Fortuna. The young artists presented their work to caregivers at Redwood Memorial expressing their deep thanks for caring for their community during COVID. Walker Elementary School also made a special delivery to grateful staff.

Ambrosini School Students at Redwood Memorial

“Ambrosini School’s students and staff would like to extent our gratitude to the nurses, doctors, and all other staff members at Redwood Memorial Hospital for the care they provided to our community during these difficult times,” said Amy Betts, principal at Ambrosini Elementary. “You are appreciated! Thank you!”

 

 

The following day at St. Joseph Hospital, Alice Birney students were on hand to deliver cards and banners to help brighten the day of caregivers in Eureka. Washington Elementary also made cards for caregivers. Thanks to all the students and teachers involved!