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Henry Mayo Newhall Hospital Auxiliary Fulfills $600,000 Patient Tower Pledge 

Monday, the Henry Mayo Newhall Hospital Auxiliary presented a $35,000 check to the Henry Mayo Newhall Hospital Foundation for the foundation’s Patient Tower Capital Campaign.

The $35,000 donation fulfilled a $600,000 campaign pledge the Henry Mayo Newhall Hospital Auxiliary made in 2015.

“We are very excited to fulfill a pledge we made nine years ago,” said Auxiliary president Debbie Burkhart.  “Since making that pledge Auxiliary members have spent countless hours on various fundraising events and volunteering in the Henry Mayo Auxiliary Gift Shop. All proceeds from the gift shop go directly toward patient care services.”

The Henry Mayo Newhall Hospital Auxiliary was formed in 1962 to support the hospital and its patients, and to help the hospital promote optimal health and wellness to the community. Sixty-two years later, Auxiliary members unwavering commitment continues to make a significant contribution to Henry Mayo.

“We are so grateful to the Auxiliary and its dedicated members for theirs support,” said Henry Mayo Newhall Hospital Foundation president Marlee Lauffer.  “Their passion and dedication is truly inspiring!”

To learn more about the Henry Mayo Newhall Hospital Auxiliary, contact Auxiliary president Debbie Burkhart at hmnhauxpresident@gmail.com.

Ed. Note: The above information was provided to KHTS by Henry Mayo Newhall Hospital.

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Carl Goldman, along with his wife, Jeri repurchased KHTS AM-1220, Santa Clarita’s hometown station on October 24, 2003. They owned it from 1990-1998, and then sold it to Clear Channel Communication in 1998, buying it back from Clear Channel in 2003. Since then, they have rebuilt KHTS as a critical voice of the Valley. In 2015 the radio station moved to its new headquarters on Main Street in Old Town Newhall, in the original Newhall Hardware building. In 2018 an FM was added, 98.1, with its signal being simulcast with AM-1220. In January 2020, Carl and Jeri cruised on the Diamond Princess. Carl was one of the first Americans to come down with Covid-19. Months earlier he was impacted by Guillain Barre Syndrome as a result of a Shingles vaccine in September 2019. He is still in recovery from the vaccine.