Generosity, service and compassion are values we’ve received in spades from our Martin Luther Campus Auxiliary. For more than 50 years, members have devoted themselves to the needs of our residents and our campus.
When our building opened in 1961, it was Auxiliary members who prepared the building by washing windows and assisting in serving the first meal. Over the years, their financial support has continued in countless ways with everything from therapy equipment and funds to start our adult day program to a campus bus with snow tires and our lovely grand piano in the Great Room.
The enhancements to our campus are significant and long-lasting for residents. On September 27, Martin Luther Auxiliary members: Ellen Thompson, Lloyd Ward, and Margit Hauge — gathered to present Michael Ziomko of the Ebenezer Foundation with another generous donation to support our Lifelong Learning art and music programs. One last investment in the residents of Martin Luther Campus.
What a legacy of service and care! Thank you Martin Luther Auxiliary for the many ways you’ve helped make Martin Luther Campus a special place.
We’re forever grateful for you.
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