Scenes from the 2009 auction: At left, Trustee Kim Thumel (center) with Doug Henkel and his wife, Toni Henkel, who created purses for bid at the auction. At right, Auxiliary President Karen Hibbard holds a painting up for bid.
Karen Hibbard, president of St. Mary’s Auxiliary Board, and Mary Helen Hilton, St. Mary’s director of annual giving, recently taped a great interview for “Norfolk Perspectives,” the city of Norfolk’s community affairs program. They discussed the Auxiliary’s auction and gal coming up on Feb. 20 at The Westin-Town Center to benefit the children and young adults of St. Mary’s Home. The episode will run at 8 a.m. and 8 p.m. daily on Norfolk cable channel 48 from Jan. 31-Feb. 6. But you can watch it online now here.
For more information about the auction, see our website or call 757.622.2208 ext. 381.
This week, Sister Mary June Morin of St. Mary’s Home for Disabled Children makes an appearance on the city of Norfolk’s “Norfolk Perspectives” program on cable TV-48, Norfolk’s Neighborhood Network. Host Bob Batcher interviewed her about what it has been like to spend a lifetime caring for children. Sister is celebrating her 50th year of working at SMHDC. You can watch the “City Slice” segment with Sister Mary June here.
That’s Bob Batcher with Sister in the photo at far left; the other photo is of Sister and the program’s producer, Michelle Gabriele Harrell, on the set last week.
This is Sister’s second recent appearance on local television. Just last month, she was featured on the community affairs program “What Matters” on Hampton Roads’ public TV station WHRO.