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$1 Million Gift By Henderson Foundation Jumpstarts Project

Center For Advanced Medicine Project Gets Lead Gift From Wilbur C. and Betty Lea Henderson

Expanded Coverage Inside: Who are the Hendersons? Page 2

Groundbreaking Page 4

What’s inside the new building? Page 5

InSide: Side: Page 2: Executive Director’s Message Page 6: Golf Raises Over $31K, Everhart Named to FCMC Foundation Board Page 7: Quarterly Listing of Donors Page 8: Planned Giving: An End-of-Year Checklist for You Page 9: Blue Mafia Set to Entertain at Second Annual Bluegrass & BBQ The weather was cooperative for golfers at the soldout FCMC Foundation Tourney that raised $31,480. See page 6 for the details.

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Fall 2016

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A Message from the Executive Director Have you ever met someone for the first time, but felt as though you have known them for a long time? That is how I felt on the morning of October 20 when members of the Henderson Foundation and the Henderson Group came to town from outside of Philadelphia to make the formal presentation of the $1 million lead gift for the new construction project at Fulton County Medical Center. I had talked and emailed two of the members over the previous three months, but to finally meet the entire group and to converse with them at length was a treat. Why? They were making the largest gift to date from their group to an organization two hours away that cares about the health and wellness of its rural community. And what they saw at the groundbreaking ceremony resonated with each one of them: the pride of the community for its Medical Center, as a standing-room-only crowd was on hand to hear and see all the proceedings. Mr. William Taylor, President of the Henderson Foundation, later in the day, made the following comments: “What an enjoyable day. What a wonderful group of supporters. You have welcomed us with open arms into your Medical Center family. We know this gift is very important to the Medical Center and Wilbur and Betty Lea (Henderson) would have been so proud to make this gift themselves. They loved Fulton County, and now I can see why they loved it so much.” It’s not everyday a million-dollar gift shows up, but for the Henderson Group and its Foundation, there were a million reasons to give it and they got to experience every penny of it that day And we made new friends along day. the way. Blessings,

Mike

Henderson Gift Is Largest They Have Awarded Henderson Foundation Also Funds Nursing Scholarship For FCMC

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hen he needed a break from the hustle and bustle of his everyday responsibilities as a real estate developer outside of Philadelphia, Wilbur C. Henderson would suggest to his wife they escape to the friendly countryside of Betty Lea’s hometown of McConnellsburg. “He always loved coming back to Betty Lea’s hometown to relax and unwind,” said D. A. “Andy” Washabaugh III, brother-in-law. “He and my sister loved this area. They spent many weekends in Fulton County and they loved every minute of it.” Henderson, 89, died on June 8, 2013. He was the president and CEO of the Henderson Group, a commercial and industrial real estate development company in Delaware County. Prior to his death, he formed a foundation - The Wilbur C. and Betty Lea Henderson Foundation, a nonprofit organization - to help support community endeavors, veterans’ affairs and educational activities. “He funded the foundation through his estate,” said William Taylor, long-time friend and President of the Henderson Foundation. “Those three areas – community endeavors, veterans’ affairs and educational activities – were premiere in his mind. As a foundation, those are the three funding areas we focus on.” Two of those areas are now tied to the Fulton County Medical Center: A onemillion dollar lead gift for the Center for Advanced Medicine (CAM) Project, and a nursing scholarship gift in perpetuity to the FCMC Foundation. The $1 million gift kicked off the $20 million CAM Project, dubbed “Moving Forward,” which held its groundbreaking ceremony on Oct. 20. “Fulton County Medical Center Means Business” “We gave this considerable thought and it was determined by the Henderson Foundation Board of Directors that Fulton County Medical Center means business with this expansion project,” said Washabaugh, a member of their board. “It was said by our members they (FCMC)

Wilbur C. and Betty Lea Henderson

want Fulton County to grow, they want Fulton County to meet the challenges of the medical world today. One of the board members said he’d like to live in Fulton County for a lot of reasons and one of those reasons is the fine facilities Fulton County Medical Center is providing to its community.” The second gift – funds for a nursing scholarship - by the Henderson Foundation will be an annual minimum gift of $10,500 – three $3,500 scholarships - to local high school graduating seniors who are pursuing a nursing career. Their progress will be monitored annually and if they meet the criteria (field of study, GPA, etc.), they will be awarded an additional $3,500 in their fourth year of undergraduate studies. “Betty Lea was a nurse, so this scholarship gift to Fulton County Medical Center is especially gratifying to my family,” said Washabaugh. “I know the Fulton County Medical Center Foundation is helping support healthcare careers in our community with their scholarship program. With this annual gift, that support will only get stronger and keep Betty Lea’s legacy alive in our community.” “We are truly grateful for the generosity shown by the Henderson Family Foundation,” said Mike Straley, Executive Direccontinued on page 3

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Henderson’s $1 Million Gift for CAM Project continued Henderson tor of the FCMC Foundation. “The million-dollar gift certainly gives us a shot in the arm with our fundraising efforts for the expansion project. The nursing scholarship is a major boost in our efforts for rewarding deserving students who want a career in the nursing field.” Nurse Meets Soldier After attending school and working locally, Betty Lea went off to nursing school in Philadelphia. She completed her training at Philadelphia General Hospital, two blocks from Drexel Institute of Technology where Wilbur was attending school. Wilbur was a Lt. Col. in the U.S. Army in World War II, having fought in the Battle

of the Bulge as a distinguished member of the 82nd Airborne Division, 508th Parachute Infantry. The two met at a weekend dance. “My sister Carolyn told me that meeting was pure happenchance,” said Washabaugh. “She and Betty Lea would reminisce about the good ol’ days. Carol said a friend of Betty Lea’s invited her to attend a dance that night and that’s how they met.” After marrying locally in McConnellsburg, the couple returned to Philadelphia to live with his parents. Although she continued her medical career as a school nurse, she served as the secretary and

payroll clerk for the second generation business founded in 1923 by Wilbur’s father. The company grew under Wilbur’s leadership, completing numerous multimillion dollar real estate and business projects. A Gift to Fulton County Medical Center for the People of Fulton County “They were married for 65 years and were blessed in so many ways,” said Washabaugh. “They loved each other and loved their family. This is really a family gift from the Henderson Family to the Fulton County Medical Center for the people of Fulton County, whom they loved so well.” Members of the Henderson Foundation and the Henderson Group were on hand at the Oct. 20 Groundbreaking ceremony to present the $1million gift to the FCMC Foundation. Left to Right: Mark Eisenhardt, John Coyle III, William Taylor, Steve Buxton, John Condon, Walter Timby, Brian Smith, Brian Coyle and John Coyle IV. Front Row: D. A. “Andy” Washabaugh III. Bottom Left: William Taylor, President of the Henderson Foundation, shared numerous stories about Wilbur Henderson’s love for Fulton County. Bottom Right: William Taylor and Andy Washabaugh present the check to Mike Straley, FCMC Foundation Executive Director.

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InAction Action Capacity Crowd Enjoys Groundbreaking Ceremony For CAM Project FCMC Family and Community Gather For Oct. 20 Standing-Room-Only Event

Clockwise: FCMC CEO and President Jason Hawkins; FCMC Foundation Board Member Helen Overly; FCMC Board Chair Denny Buterbaugh with FCMC Foundation Board Chair Jerry Spessard, PA Sen. John Eichelberger, U.S. Rep. Bill Shuster and PA Rep. Jesse Topper; Dr. Joanna Brady; Barbara Barlow; Denny Buterbaugh addressing the crowd

Left to Right: Bill Palmer, President of Palmer Construction with U.S. Rep. Bill Shuster, D.A. “Andy” Washabaugh III, Dr. William Milroth, Sen. John Eichelberger and Rep. Jesse Topper

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What Does a New $20 Million Building Mean for the Patient?

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hat’s wrong?”

It’s the most urgent question patients ask. Since appropriate treatment depends on accurate and timely diagnosis, getting the answer is when healing begins. The new Center for Advanced Medicine (CAM) at Fulton County Medical Center expands current patient care services, while introducing new service lines, all in a Person-Centered Care model that features state-of-the-art clinical space and equipment. It’s an opportunity to pioneer a new era in health care in Fulton County by helping to assure that the most highly developed diagnostic technology available will be on hand and close to home. Our new expansion project will safeguard the health and well-being of your loved ones and your community by helping to provide advanced care with advanced caring.

Touching the Lives of Everyone in Our Community Our goal is simple and precise: giving members of our community the best care they deserve. Excellence isn’t a 10 letterword for good enough. Clearly, diagnostic excellence is the key to quality care. The sooner a medical problem is diagnosed, the sooner care can start. The sooner care can start, the more options are available to patients and physicians. And in virtually every instance, the more options, the better the outcome. Early and accurate diagnosis spares patients anxiety and pain, conserves time and money - and saves lives. That’s a perfect combination. What Can The Patient Expect? A better flow of services. For example, if a patient comes for an appointment

with his/her family physician, the patient will check in at a registration desk designated for only that doctor. The patient will be seated in a waiting area designated for family physicians. Because of the increased exam rooms, the wait time will be minimal. If that physician orders lab work, the work will be done either right in the exam room or within easy walking distance to the expanded lab area where there will be a private intake area. If the physician orders a prescription, the new pharmacy is located on the first floor that will have an expanded shopping area. In all, easy access, timeliness and improved patient flow with the person-centered care idealogy at the forefront.

What’s Being Expanded? Expanded Services in the following areas: Primary Care Specialty Clinic Cardiology/Pulmonology Radiology Physical and Occupational Therapies Cardiac Rehab From the patient’s perspective, it means improved access to care in 60,000 square feet of new space. All physicians will be in one location along with a pharmacy for easy access to prescriptions. The new building will provide an easier patient flow. There will be greater ease in way finding. All outpatient services will be toward the front of the building and easily accessed from one of the front doors.

Are There New Services Being Offered? Yes, an Express or Urgent Care will be available. There will be a designated IV Infusion Department. There will be a Sanctuary Room to provide a child-friendly, safe and neutral location where the child and non-offending family members receive support, crisis intervention and referrals for mental health

and medical treatment. There will be a Work Hardening Program in Rehab Services for individualized, job specific programs of activity with the goal of returning to work. Work Hardening programs use real or simulated work tasks and progressively graded conditioning exercises that are based on the individual’s measured tolerances.

Investing Today to Advance Tomorrow The success of a rural medical center requires that the people in charge know what services are appropriate for the community. It is what allows the medical center to be a viable organization. Fulton County Medical Center (FCMC) has been fortunate to have a board of directors and department directors who have a keen sense of what the community needs. Paired with our Community Health Needs Assessment, we then determine what the best technology is available to provide with the service. When FCMC adds a service, we strive to insure that service will be comparable to any other regional provider. Our professional staff is dedicated to providing quality care. They share the belief that it’s their calling. After all, the people they see aren’t only patients – they are friends, neighbors and family.

Moving Forward uuu Your gift to Fulton County Medical Center will positively impact lives - and save lives, too - for many years ahead. You will be helping to strengthen our ability to care and enhance the health of your community. And you will be helping to provide advanced care, benefitting you and those you love. Use the enclosed envelope for your gift, or if you are interested in making a naming opportunity gift, please contact Mike Straley at 717-485-6842.

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ReCap Golf Tourney Raises $31,480 For EKG Equipment Ninety six golfers, 69 combined sponsors and gift-in-kind donors and 25 volunteers equaled one goal: raising funds for EKG machines for the Cardiopulmonary Team. The end result was $31,480 raised at the 23rd Annual FCMC Foundation Golf Tournament on Sept. 10. Over $2,500 in cash and prizes were awarded. The team of John Blubaugh, Jonathan Blubaugh, Larry Crouse and Harold Blubaugh was the overall winner with a 55. The foursome of Brett and Lisa Cornelius, Craig Paylor Event Sponsors JPT Healthcare Consultants Keller Engineers

and Ben Mellott was second in the first flight with a 58, while the team of Bill Dovey, Frank Nerenhausen, Bob Nelson and Chris Mellott was third with a 58 (a tiebreaker was used to determine the second and third place team). In the second flight, the team of Todd Alexander, Carl Paylor, Vic Erickson and Jason Shindle carded a 63 for first, while Buzz Carmack, Mark Weller, Donnie Truax and Wayne Sowers were second (63, tiebreaker) and the team of Gary Strobert, Jason Goshorn, Cory Houck and John Kanovich was third with a 65. In the third

Gifts-In-Kind A Plus Fencing Canteen Breakfast Sponsor Chillin Grill Lunch Sponsors McDonald’s Comcast Henderson Group Dick’s Sporting Goods Palmer Construction Hole-In-One Sponsor Divot House Hamilton Nissan/Hyundai FCMC Foundation Snack Sponsor Baker Tilly FastSigns Distance Prizes Sponsor Jet Services Fulton Beverage Ball Drop Sponsor Michael and Robin Straley JLG Hole Sponsors Richard and Mary Straley A2Z Healthcare IT Consulting, LLC Roaring Spring Water Tiki Hut Sponsor Acmeware Sheetz FCMC Medical Staff Aegis Group Tuscarora Mt. Winery Bulldog Office Products US Foods Beverage Sponsor Cloudwave Arnett Carbis Toothman D.A. Washbaugh III Enterprises Printing Sponsors Fulton Behavioral Health Services Golfer Gift Sponsor FastSigns - Greencastle The Alexander Financial Group Fulton Diagnostic Radiology Mercersburg Printing McKesson Venue Sponsors Parr’s Pro Hearing Hole-In-One Ad Sponsor Eckert Seamans Reschini Group Commonwealth Benefits LifeNet RX Remote Solutions SOS Group Photo Booth Sponsor BB&T Outright Donations:CardioNet, Kelso-Cornelius Funeral Home Cart Sponsor Pinnacle Health

Everhart Named To FCMC Foundation Board Trudy Everhart, President and CEO of Community State Bank of Orbisonia is the newest board member of the FCMC Foundation. Everhart has worked at CSB for 36 years in a variety of positions before assuming the top spot in 2013. In addition to graduating from Southern Huntingdon, Everhart is a graduate of the Pennsylvania Banker’s Association’s Central Atlantic Schools of Banking and Advanced School of Banking in partnership with Dickinson College. Trudy resides in Three Springs with her husband Denny. They have 3 children and two grandchildren.

Overly Celebrates No. 85 Helen Overly thought she was coming for a meeting at FCMC, but what awaited her, instead, was an overflowing lobby of well wishers on her 85th birthday. Special thanks to Hope Saylor for the cupcakes.

flight, Jennifer and Jeremy Garlock, Brent Gustaf and Bucky Garlock were first (69), with Andy and David Washabaugh, Michael McDevitt and John Coyle III second (69) and Jason Hawkins, Shawn Chilcote, Bill Buterbaugh and Bronson Earley third (69). Longest Drive winners included: Jay Sensenig, Richard Hawbaker and Lisa Cornelius. Closest to the Pin winners were: Fred Peck, Richard Hawbaker, Jonathan Blubaugh and Tim Davis. Jerry Spessard won the $1,000 ball drop. FCMC Foundation Marketing Partners FastSigns (Greencastle) Kline Tours Sheetz (McConnellsburg) Texas Roadhouse (Chambersburg) Eagle Sponsor Associated Radiologists, P.A. Pathologists (Mire, Newby and O’Donoghue) Post & Schell

Par Sponsor Abeles Sellgren Flurie Wealth Management Group of Wells Fargo Advisors F&M Trust Fulton County Chamber of Commerce HDH/Hub International L.R. Wilson Seamless Gutters McLaughlin’s Drug Store Mulligan Sponsor CE Services David Behnke/Karl Storz - Endoskope Del Martin Screenprinting & Embroidery Dick’s Homecare Fulton Beverage Jack Steele, DMD NVA Reclamere Bill Shuster for Congress Robert Snyder Insurance Walnut Medical Services

Attendees Glean Information From Foundation Seminars Left: Insurance Solutions provided a seminar for area businesses on employee benefits. Left: A wealth management seminar was hosted by the Dr. MacKinlay Society.

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PlannedGiving End-of-Year Planning Checklist For You

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ith this year’s challenges and accomplishments still fresh in your mind, now is a good time to review your estate and financial plans. To help you in this process, we have constructed the following checklist of actions for you to go over as the end of the year rolls closer. • Review your current will and trusts. These may need to be updated because of major changes in your life, such as births, deaths, marriages or a move to a different state. • Review the beneficiary designations for your life insurance and retirement plans to make sure your beneficiary isn’t someone who is now deceased or a former spouse. • Make sure your durable power of attorney for health care and living will are current. These medical documents should be updated and on file with family members and health care providers. Discuss decisions regarding anatomical gifts with your family. • Take inventory and make a written record of the contents of any safe-deposit box. Give a copy to a trusted family member and note any items you are holding for someone else that don’t belong to you. • Name designated heirs to receive bank account proceeds at your death.

Dr. MacKinlay Society

Second Annual Bluegrass & BBQ Sat., Jan. 21, 2017 United Methodist Church McConnellsburg 5 p.m.

Featuring: Blue Mafia • Be sure you are comfortable with the guardian named in your will for those under your care, such as minor children or a loved one who is disabled. • Make donations in honor of loved ones as meaningful holiday gifts. They can even result in tax benefits.

presented by The Alexander Financial Group Tickets: $30 per person, available at fcmcpa.org or at the Foundation benefits: FCMC Foundation Scholarship program see feature story on page 9

How You Benefit From Your Generosity When you donate to the FCMC Foundation this year, depending on the gift arrangements you choose, you can: • Reduce your income taxes. • Increase your spendable income. • Eliminate capital gains tax. • Attain no-cost, worry-free asset management. Contact Mike Straley, FCMC Foundation Executive Director, at 717-4856842 or email him at mstraley@fcmcpa.org.

www.fcmcpa.myplannedgift.org is a great resource

14th Annual FCMC Foundation Dinner Auction Sat., April 8, 2017

Fulton County Medical Center Foundation Board of Directors Jerry Spessard - Chair Loy Garber - Vice Chair Andy Washabaugh - Secretary/Treasurer Joyce Ritchey Spence Perry Helen Overly Trudy Everhart Ed Leisinger Abbie Cole Brett Cornelius Bill Hine

Needmore Bible Church benefits: equipment needs for 5 dep depts.

Mike Straley - Executive Director of FCMCF Deb Shughart - VP, FCMCF; CFO of FCMC Jason Hawkins - Ex-Officio; CEO of FCMC

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UpComing Coming Blue Mafia Brings New Album and Energy to Bluegrass and BBQ Event

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hen Blue Mafia makes their first appearance in Pennsylvania at the Second Annual Bluegrass and BBQ event, they will be bringing some new songs with them. The bluegrass band from Muncie, Indiana will be performing at the United Methodist Church Family Life Center in McConnellsburg on January 21 at 5 p.m. The event is the primary fundraiser for Fulton County Medical Center Foundation’s Health Careers Scholarship program. The Alexander Financial Group is the lead sponsor for the event. “To be selected to play at your event, the honor is all ours,” said Dara Wray, who helped formed the band with husband Tony in 2011. “We are looking forward to the evening because we love performing for people and engaging with them. We are releasing a new album on December 9th, so we’ll have some new material for everyone to hear.” The new album - Hanging Tree - is Blue Mafia’s second album with Pinecastle Records and contains some of the group’s best recordings to date, according to Dara. The single, “Like a Mining Man,” was written by the band’s banjo player, Calib Smith. The album’s title track, “Hanging Tree,” is the band’s rendition of the song originally from the blockbuster movie, “The Hunger Games: Mockingjay Part 1.” Among the 12 tunes on the album, Dara wrote three of them. She also wrote several songs on the band’s previous album, Pray for Rain, including the hit title track. “I never really tried writing songs until we started the band (in 2011) and then I wrote about 10 rather quickly,” said Dara. “I’ve entered into some co-writing now and it’s opened up a little more creativity for me. When we started the band, I didn’t want to play songs from everyone else.” Their fan base and recognition has grown as a result of the Pray for Rain album. The Christian song “He’s In Control” actually opened the doors for them with Pinecastle.

“We made a music video of it. A friend of ours, Mark Newton, who has a contract with Pinecastle, recommended us to the record company. I kid you not, within a day, Pinecastle called Tony. They wanted to sign us to a record contract, but we needed to include that song. It’s opened up so many doors for us because they can get your songs on the radio and your name with promoters for bluegrass events. The song certainly means a lot to us.” The band was created by the Wrays, due in large part, according to Dara with a laugh, “because of my whining.” “I think Tony created it so I would stop nagging him,” said Dara, laughing again. “I grew up around music - my grand daddy played, my daddy and brother-in-law played. When I met Tony, of course, he played, too. I’d watch them play all the time. When we’d be at jams or venues like that, I’d sing or pick up the guitar. Finally, I said to Tony that we should get a band together. He called Kent (Todd), our brotherin-law, and asked him if he wanted to play a couple times a year.” It is now morphed into playing and traveling all over the United States, including popular venues like the Bean Blossom Festival and MerleFest. They were the 2012 DelFest Band Competition Winners, and have twice been awarded third place in the SPBGMA International Band Competition. “We never set out to play all the time,”

Saturday, January 21, 2017, 5 p.m. United Methodist Church Family Life Center, McConnellsburg FCMC Foundation Scholarship Fund $30 each (no tickets at door) Limited Seating - 200 Tickets on sale at fcmcpa.org, in person at Foundation Office, or by calling 717-485-6322

said Dara, who plays mandolin and sings in Blue Mafia. “People started liking our music and it has grown more than we ever imagined. You know it’s kind of weird for us. To have fans tell us they have traveled for hours to hear us perform is really gratifying. People connect with so many of our songs.” Tony Wray provides guitar and vocals for Blue Mafia and was formerly the banjo supervisor at the Gibson Instrument company. While living in Nashville, he was a freelance musician playing with the biggest names in bluegrass. Rounding out the incredible talent in the band are Smith on banjo, Todd on fiddle and vocals, and Mike Gregory on bass. Smokin’ D’s will provide the meal, featuring pulled pork, beef brisket, smoked baked beans and macaroni and cheese.

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Fulton County Medical Center Foundation 214 Peach Orchard Road McConnellsburg, PA 17233

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is a quarterly publication of the Fulton County Medical Center Foundation. Michael L. Straley Executive Director 717-485-6842 mstraley@fcmcpa.org Wendy Farling Foundation Associate 717-485-6116 wfarling@fcmcpa.org Chris Boryan Grants and Donor Relations Manager 717-485-6322 cboryan@fcmcpa.org

SAVE THE DATE Dec. 11............................Tree of Love Ceremony, 3 p.m. Jan. 21, 2017........2nd Annual Bluegrass & BBQ, 5 p.m. April 8, 2017.......................14th Annual Dinner Auction

FCMC Foundation 214 Peach Orchard Road McConnellsburg, Pennsylvania 17233 www.fcmcpa.org

Fulton County Medical Center Foundation is a 501(c)(3) tax exempt organization. Your taxdeductible gift is supporting health and wellness in our community.

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