What do you stand for: the Morgantown community takes a knee against white supremacy

NOTE: In October 2017, President Donald Trump announced a visit to Morgantown, West Virginia. The city's community showed various reactions, including the organization of a protest directed at the event. However, Hurricane Maria hit the United States only days before the event, causing it to be canceled. The protest was still hosted, and I was able … Continue reading What do you stand for: the Morgantown community takes a knee against white supremacy

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Union Mission’s recovery program helps the Fairmont community

Published by the Fairmont News, July 16, 2017. PHOTOS BY ERIN DRUMMOND. FAIRMONT — Located in downtown Fairmont lies a business ready to serve those who need help during difficult times. “Union Mission is engaged in the redemptive recovery program for all of its clients,” said George Batten, the executive director of the Union Mission. … Continue reading Union Mission’s recovery program helps the Fairmont community

Mon Health Medical Center names ICU after Milan ‘Mike’ Puskar

Published by the Exponent Telegram, June 14, 2017. PHOTOS BY ERIN DRUMMOND. MORGANTOWN — The Mon Health Medical Care Center’s Intensive Care Unit was officially named after the late Milan “Mike” Puskar on Wednesday. During a dedication ceremony, a plaque with the new Intensive Care Unit’s name and a photo of Puskar was unveiled. “Mr. … Continue reading Mon Health Medical Center names ICU after Milan ‘Mike’ Puskar

Mon Health Medical Center receives WHO Baby-Friendly birth center status

Published by the Exponent Telegram, May 24, 2017. PHOTOS BY ERIN DRUMMOND. MORGANTOWN — Mon Health Medical Center has been approved by the World Health Organization Baby-Friendly Hospital Initiative as the first “Baby-Friendly” birth center in the Mountain State. West Virginia was the only state not to have a “Baby-Friendly” hospital or birth center. Now, … Continue reading Mon Health Medical Center receives WHO Baby-Friendly birth center status