Glenville State College Receives Mask Donation from Minnie Hamilton
Fri Sep 18, 2020
Glenville State College President Dr. Mark Manchin (left) accepts a donated face covering from Minnie Hamilton Health System Director of Business Development Brittany Frymier (right)

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE: September 18, 2020

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Glenville State College
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GLENVILLE, WV - Glenville State College has received a generous donation of 1,500 custom face masks from Minnie Hamilton Health System (MHHS).

“Minnie Hamilton Health System decided to make these donations because we care about our community and want to do our part to help keep it and our students safe. We hope by providing face coverings to the students and staff, it will help slow the spread of the virus,” said Brittany Frymier, MHHS Director of Business Development.

The blue masks feature a Glenville State Pioneer “G” logo pattern and have been distributed to GSC students, faculty, and staff.

“We are very appreciative of our partners at Minnie Hamilton for this generous donation. Their assistance throughout this COVID-19 pandemic has been invaluable as we all work to keep our campus community safe, this donation of masks is just another example of that,” said Glenville State College President Dr. Mark A. Manchin.

MHHS has also recently donated masks to public schools in Gilmer and Calhoun Counties as well as to the Little Kanawha Valley Christian School.

Minnie Hamilton Health System is a comprehensive healthcare delivery system comprised of a critical access hospital, community health center, school-based health center sites, a nursing home unit, a swing bed unit, ambulance services, oral health care, rural health clinic, and 340B pharmacy services. MHHS also sponsors several community-based services, such as education and outreach events, and threat preparedness services.

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