Memorial offers class to learn infant CPR, Sept. 7

PUBLIC SERVICE ANNOUNCEMENT – FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE Contact: Rebecca Teagarden, Memorial Communications, 509-577-5051 Memorial offers class to learn infant CPR Sept. 7, 2016 Unintentional choking and suffocation are the leading causes of all injury deaths for infants under 1 year of age. Being prepared for such an emergency can make all the difference. Yakima Valley Read more about Memorial offers class to learn infant CPR, Sept. 7[…]

Out & About this week: Get to the Memorial Inspire BBQ on Saturday!

https://youtu.be/VDN2YiFpSEw The Memorial BBQ is for Memorial employees and their families. Free Food Free Music Free Games Free Zumba Free Face Painting Free Elephant Ears Free Sno Cones Free Young Life BBQ Sandwiches Free Parking – Ride the Party Bus (see the FAQ)! The Party Bus leaves Memorial’s east parking lot (by Human Resources) every Read more about Out & About this week: Get to the Memorial Inspire BBQ on Saturday![…]

Children’s Village Test Flight

On Saturday, July 16th 23 Children’s Village kids and siblings participated in an amazing experience at the Yakima Airport. Alaska Airlines gave the children and their families the experience of departing, boarding and of course waiting for the plane to arrive. The children began with walking through the doors and standing in line to receive Read more about Children’s Village Test Flight[…]

Memorial offers Grief Recovery Workshop

PUBLIC SERVICE ANNOUNCEMENT – FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE   Contact: Rebecca Teagarden, Memorial Communications, (509) 577-5051 Memorial offers Grief Recovery Workshop 8-week program begins Tuesday, Aug. 9 Memorial is offering a grief recovery workshop for anyone dealing with a loss such as a death, divorce, loss of relationship or identity. The course is centered on personal discovery, Read more about Memorial offers Grief Recovery Workshop[…]

Comic Con at Children’s Village

Comic Con was a smashing success!  Children from Children’s Village came in costumes, ranging from their favorite hero, villain, princess or movie character. Some children were painted from head to toe, a myriad of capes and masks filled the barn. The stations were as different as the kid’s costumes. There was a table filled with Read more about Comic Con at Children’s Village[…]