The Mercyhealth Association of Volunteers is hosting its annual Holiday Markets in October and November in Janesville, Lake Geneva and Rockford.
Javon Bea Hospital-Rockton, 2400 N. Rockton Ave., Rockford
October 29-30, 8 am-6 pm
Javon Bea Hospital-Riverside, 8201 E. Riverside Blvd., Rockford
Conference Rooms B1 and B2
November 13-14, 8 am-6 pm
Shoppers will find a wide selection of merchandise including holiday home décor, lighted and framed art, gourmet foods and much more. Cash, VISA and MasterCard are accepted. Funds raised are used to support important projects like scholarships, the Ronald McDonald Care Mobile, medical equipment and patient comfort items.
Mercyhealth Hospital and Trauma Center, 1000 Mineral Point Ave., Janesville
Conference center, north entrance
Sunday, November 3, 10 am-4 pm
Monday, November 4, 7:30 am-6 pm
November 5, 8 am-1 pm
Shoppers will find a wide selection of food items, holiday textiles, home décor, framed art, jewelry, gifts for babies and children and much more—all 25% off. Many items for sale are made in the USA. There will also be drawings for door prizes.
Funds raised by the Holiday Market are used to support important projects like House of Mercy Homeless Center, purchases for Mercyhealth Hospital and Trauma Center and monies for scholarships given to high school/college-age students and adults who are pursuing an education in the health care field. The Association also raises funds through various volunteer projects, including the Mercyhealth Hospital and Trauma Center Gift Shop, Castaways Thrift Shop and book and jewelry sales.
New volunteers are always welcome to fill the many opportunities available. For more information, call Jill Ayres, manager of the Mercyhealth Association of Volunteers, at (608) 756-6713.
Lake Geneva, WI
Mercyhealth Hospital and Medical Center-Walworth, Gift Shop
November 11, 8 am-4 pm
November 12, 8 am-4 pm
The silent auction includes decorated 2 foot and 3 foot holiday trees, gift baskets and holiday wreaths. Final bids must be submitted by 4 pm on November 12. Pick up items by 5 pm.
Shoppers will find a wide selection of holiday and Christmas gifts, as well as decorative items—all 25% off. Cash, VISA and MasterCard are accepted.
Funds raised are used to support important projects like House of Mercy Homeless Center, college scholarships and medical equipment purchases. New volunteers are always welcome to fill the many opportunities available. For more information, call Carol Gilhooley at (262) 245-7715.