BRIDGEPORT, W.Va (WDTV) – Mon Health employees hosted a talent show for the community at the Ruby Amphitheater in Morgantown.
The very first Mon’s Health Got Talent Show took place at the Ruby Amphitheater in Morgantown.
Proceeds from the show benefit the Mon Health Colleague Support Fund.
This fund is dedicated to helping Mon Health employees in times of urgent need or crisis.
“We are celebrating and raising some money for the Colleagues Fund so we can help more people in the healthcare system. make sure there are no needs and we
take care of each other,” said Candi Powers, revenue cycle lead, Mon Health.
My Health’s Got Talent featured several employees showing off their talent.
The show also features Nashville songwriters Erik Dylan, Brett Taylor and Brad Clawson.
Powers says everyone at Mon Health is family
“The Mon Health system is more than just an employer. We are a community. We really treat each other like family, so it’s very important to us that none of our
employees suffer necessary hardships. We can help them in different ways,” Powers said.
Mon’s health has talent, it’s fun and games with a big advantage.
Mon Health employees want to give back to their community.
“All of our employees are members of the community. It brings something fun to do on a Saturday afternoon. There are other events going on downtown
Morganville. We look forward to sharing our talent with the community and providing some entertainment this afternoon,” Powers said.
Mon Health hopes to help more employees who may need help in times of need.
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