Cannon Auxiliary gives $30K to Cannon Memorial Hospital

PICKENS — Cannon Memorial Auxiliary presented a $30,000 check to Cannon Memorial Hospital on Sept. 9.

The check represented many volunteer hours working at bake sales, golf tournaments and other fundraisers held by the volunteers at Cannon.

Frances Wannamaker, 2016 Auxiliary president, presented the check to Norman Rentz, CEO and president of Cannon, along with other representatives Liza Holder, John Sparks and Lucy Harward.

Rentz thanked the auxiliary for the hard work and many hours represented by the check.

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Cannon Memorial Auxiliary presented a $30,000 check to Cannon Memorial on September 9. Pictured are Lib Cowan, Brenda Holiday, Frances Wannamaker, Norman Rentz, Sue Childs, Liza Holder, Tunkie Stokes and John Sparks and Lucy Harward

“This donation will be used for improvements and equipment at Cannon,” he said. “As Cannon commits to making sure that our community’s evolving needs and expectations are met, this money will help tremendously.”

Interested in joining Cannon Memorial Auxiliary? On Thursday, Oct. 6, at 10 a.m., the auxiliary is welcoming those interested in volunteering to visit the monthly meeting and learn more about volunteer opportunities at Cannon.

Visit and click on the volunteer tab to learn more, or call (864) 898-1252.