Entergy Independence Plant donates to WRHS Foundation Crisis Fund


The Entergy Independence Plant recently donated to the White River Health System (WRHS) Foundation Crisis Fund.

The fund is designed to provide assistance for the medical community as needs continue to be identified during the COVID-19 crisis.

Previous funds have been used to provide meals for front-line employees and for the purchase of necessary medical supplies.

Pictured, from left to right (back row): Ashley Snedker, senior administrative assistant; Todd Nichols, senior production superintendent; Erin Price, supervisor, planner/scheduler; Craig Brown, senior maintenance planner; Roy Branscum, Sr. maintenance planner; Todd Bradberry, plant manager; (front row) Sheila Mace, WRHS public relations coordinator; Michele Wood, executive director of WRHS Marketing & Foundation; Annie Solis, WRHS Marketing & Foundation supervisor; and Tiffany Henson, chemist and environmental tech.

To make a donation, please contact Michele Wood at (870) 262-6033 or email: mwood@wrmc.com.

Image via WRHS

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