(GREENVILLE, IL) – The emergency department at HSHS Holy Family Hospital hosted a Stuff the Bus school supply drive to benefit students at Greenville Elementary School. Donations were collected in bins in Holy Family Hospital’s lobby during July and through August 8. 
 
“Our emergency team was looking for a way to give back to our community, said Cindy Crouch, RN and emergency department facilitator. Back to school season was in full swing, so we thought collecting items for our local students would be best. We were excited to see the items colleagues donated, and we are very thankful for their generosity. The school was also very appreciative, and we wish all students a great start to the school year, added Crouch.”
 
Photo: Emergency room colleagues hosted the Stuff the Bus school supply drive to donate supplies to Greenville Elementary. Pictured are (Front row, from left to right) Dr. Rathert, Amanda Ennen, emergency department director; Madyson Bauer, emergency department RN; Heather Ridley, registrar; Ashley White, emergency department manager; and Rhonda Winters, emergency department RN. (Back row, from left to right) Bobby Stief, EMT and Terry Hoffmann, paramedic.

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