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Donor Wall at Hans P. Peterson Hospital

To honor the Capital Campaign ... The plaque honoring those who have made major donations to the Hans P. Peterson Memorial Hospital during its Capital Campaign is now in place. Pictured is Philip Health Services Administrator Kent Olson.

The plaque was delivered and assembled last week. It hangs on the interior west wall of the Philip Health Services complex. Made of a granite like material called corian, the display measures 42 inches high by 125 inches long. Extra space has been designed in the plaque to commemorate future donors.

"The memorial has been part of the plan all along, since the beginning of the Capital Campaign in 2000, to recognize the contributors," said Cindy Pfeifle, who recorded and balanced the pledges over the years.