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Chemo Care Bags Donated

The New Ulm MOPS (Mothers of Preschoolers) group and Thrivent have donated Chemo Care Bags to Virginia Piper Cancer Institute-New Ulm Medical Center. The care bag project was organized by Heidi Hagberg (NUMC employee and thirty-one consultant) and were packed by the New Ulm MOPS group, thanks to funding from a Thrivent Action Grant. The bags are filled with special items to help provide comfort during treatment for new oncology patients. Pictured L-R are: Mackenzie Lovig (MOPS), Leah Lovig, Vicky Beltz (VPCI NUMC), Kayla Dickinson (MOPS), Brooks Dickinson, Heidi Hagberg (NUMC) and Dennis Jaspersen (patient)

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The New Ulm MOPS (Mothers of Preschoolers) group and Thrivent have donated Chemo Care Bags to Virginia Piper Cancer Institute-New Ulm Medical Center. The care bag project was organized by Heidi Hagberg (NUMC employee and thirty-one consultant) and were packed by the New Ulm MOPS group, thanks to funding from a Thrivent Action Grant. The bags are filled with special items to help provide comfort during treatment for new oncology patients. Pictured L-R are: Mackenzie Lovig (MOPS), Leah Lovig, Vicky Beltz (VPCI NUMC), Kayla Dickinson (MOPS), Brooks Dickinson, Heidi Hagberg (NUMC) and Dennis Jaspersen (patient)

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