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This is a picture of someone reading to a elderly person.
This is a picture of someone reading to a elderly person.


Pecos County Memorial Hospital District Auxiliary was formed in 1964 aka Pink Pantry; and has operated as a gift shop, snack bar, and assisting the hospital when needed. In 2004 and 2005 the Auxiliary raised more than $40,000 for an entire fetal monitoring system. This years project is a Memorial Garden.

Style One Pavers Donation of $35

Style Two Pavers Donation of $50

Family Bench Donation of $2000

Bronze Wall Plaque Donation of $200

Silver Wall Plaque Donation of $500

Gold Wall Plaque Donation of $1000

Preserving history and fostering education are central to the PCMHD Auxiliary Memorial Garden. The Garden will be located on the south side of the hospital and will be covered with native West Texas plants and trees.

Fort Stockton has a great history made up of wonderful people that have left their mark on our life. This project will not only remember us but those great personalities that have made Fort Stockton the place it is today. It is very important that our future generations know those who have gone before.

The garden will focus on developing knowledge about the West Texas ecosystem, a concern for conservation through critical thinking skills, provide new skills in wild-scaping, plant and wildlife identification along with the historical and cultural heritage of Fort Stockton.

Current Officers:

President: Jean Holder
First Vice President: Ludene Reeves
Second Vice President: Linda Lamb
Recording Secretary and Reporter: Betty Carrasco
Corresponding Secretary: Juanita Castro
Treasurer: Connie Parks
Assistant Treasurer: Gerda Martinez
Parliamentarian: Mary Lou Prosise
Historian: Mary Kay Mills
Scrapbook: Pat McIntyre
Gift Shop Manager: Dorthea Huelster and Carol Adams
Memorial Garden: Nancy Tartar and Carol Adams

Hours of Operation:

Monday thru Friday 9:00AM - 5:00PM
Phone: (432) 336-2004 Ext.4454

The Gift shop offers low-priced seasonal and year-around gifts, books and sterling silver jewelry. Hot foods and snacks are served from the pantry. All proceeds from sale go to Pecos County memorial Hospital District. In 2002, more than $30,000 was donated to the hospital for equipment.

The auxiliary welcomes new members. Those interested should contact chairman Dorothy Gibson at (432) 336-2766.

Pecos County Memorial Hospital District does not and shall not discriminate based on race, color, religion (creed), gender, gender expression, age, national origin (ancestry), disability, marital status, sexual orientation, or military status, in any of its activities or operations. Pecos County Memorial Hospital District is an equal opportunity employer.

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