Guymon Community Donates Supplies to Hospital

Brock Kappelmann - March 26, 2020 2:17 pm

Monday on KSCB’s Live From Broadcast Square, Memorial Hospital of Texas County CEO Manny Barias told KSCB’s Joe Denoyer that there was a need for masks and hazmat suits at the hospital.  Dr. Barias asked the community for help to be better equipped amid the Covid 19 pandemic.  The Guymon community stepped to the plate for the hospital.

Seaboard donated hazmat suits and N95 masks.  Homer Long Elementary donated Kleenex and hand sanitizer.  The Methodist Men’s Medical Mission Group donated 125 thousand hazmat suits. Wirtz Lumber and Supply donated N95 masks.  Maria Evans gave hand sewn cloth masks.  Advanced Water Solutions gave face shields.  Carol Denney donated boxes of exam gloves.

These are just a few examples of the donations to the hospital.

 

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