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Coastal Carolina Hospital Volunteer Auxiliary Renovates Chapel

May 23, 2019

Hardeeville, S.C. – May 23, 2019 – Hilton Head Regional Healthcare thanks the Coastal Carolina Hospital Volunteer Auxiliary for their donation of $4,000 to renovate space for an on-site chapel.

Coastal Carolina Hospital Chapel“This chapel has already proven to be a valuable resource for patients, visitors and staff members,” said Joel Taylor, Chief Executive Officer of Coastal Carolina Hospital. “We are very appreciative of the Hospital Volunteer Auxiliary for their generosity and proactive efforts in completing this sacred space.”

Volunteer Marge Sieban led the project and selected the paint, draperies, furnishings and furniture for the Chapel. The signature feature of the chapel is a stained glass dove window frame in the entrance door. The frame was designed, created and donated by Sammie Condron of the Sun City Glasscrafters Club. The framing and installation of the stained glass was donated by Chuck Scott of Highsmith Construction.

To coordinate an interview about this the new hospital chapel or the Hospital Auxiliary, please contact PR Manager Daisy Burroughs at 803-833-0104, email daisy.burroughs@tenethealth.com.

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