The Orleans Community Health Foundation’s 28th Annual Treasure Island Benefit Auction will be held on Saturday, November 5 at Shelby Fire Hall.
This year’s honorary chair, Dr. Richard Elman, is the Emergency Department Director at Medina Memorial Hospital. Beginning with the hospital in 2016, Dr. Elman manages the clinical and administrative responsibilities for Orleans Community Health’s critical access emergency department, with a volume of more than 8,000 patients per year.
Proceeds benefit the Orleans Community Health Foundation IV Pump Replacement Campaign. More than halfway to goal, Treasure Island will help close the gap to replace IV Pumps throughout Orleans Community Health and Medina Memorial Hospital. Pumps are used in both dialysis locations, for infusion treatments, and in Medina Memorial Hospital’s emergency, operating and recovery rooms, in radiology, long-term care center, and on patient care floors.
Event tickets are available at $50 per person and can be purchased online at www.charityauction.bid/treasureisland2022. Attendees can look forward to a buffet dinner by Zambistro, impressive silent and live auctions, Lucky Cork Wine Pull, and exclusive on-site games.
The silent auction will be open to the public again this year. Silent auction bidders do not need to purchase a ticket or attend the event to participate. The silent auction will feature many exciting items, including two once-in-a-lifetime trips; a 5-night trip for (2) to the Alaskan Frontier, featuring a helicopter tour with glacier landing, round-trip railroad trip to Seward and a brewery tour and tasting, and a 3-night Vancouver Salmon Fishing Trip for (2). Simply visit the event website and “Register to Bid.” Winners will be notified via email after the event closes.
This event is generously sponsored by Independent Health, Lawley Insurance, Takeform, Niagara Veterinary Properties LLC, and Jr Wilsons Sportsmen Club.
To purchase tickets or bid in the silent auction, please visit: www.charityauction.bid/treasureisland2022