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Local organizations donate to Sky Lakes Medical Center Employees

Thanks to a generous donation, Sky Lakes employees are getting goody bags with snacks from the Daily Bagel and Dutch Bros gift cards this week. They also received posters made by EagleRidge High School students that will be displayed later this week and cards donated by the Klamath Art Association with messages from community members, Boy Scouts and Girl Scouts that will circulate through all 40 departments at the medical center.

Pictured: Jen Ritter, Owner of the Daily Bagel, and Karen, EagleRidge's Spanish teacher, came to Sky Lakes for the first delivery and distribution of the goody bags.

Pictured: Clint, a National Guardsman assigned to Sky Lakes distributing some of the first round of goody bags.

Distribution of these goody bags began last week and will continue everyday of this week. The first donation on Friday included 400 goody bags and each donation this week will include at least 200 bags.

This donation was made possible by the generosity of an anonymous donor, the Daily Bagel, Dutch Bros, EagleRidge High School students, the Klamath Art Association, the Boy Scouts, the Girl Scouts, and various community members. Thank you so much for your kindness and generosity towards Sky Lakes employees.