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Much Obliged: Project Gratitude

We are very grateful to the community that is thinking of us during this time as we continue to sacrifice for the community we serve — through the stress, the tragedy, the frustration, all with no end in sight.

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On behalf of the employees at Essentia Health-St. Joseph’s Medical Center who worked on Christmas Eve, I would like to thank the wonderful, generous group of community members that call themselves “Project Gratitude” for the delicious meal. Sage on Laurel catered the meal and also contributed to the cost of the meal. Others that contributed to this wonderful gesture of appreciation were WeARE The Clinic, Lakes Area Printing and Knotty Pine Bakery. Special shoutout to Knotty Pine for making cookies not just for the Christmas Eve staff, but for all employees working the next day, as well.

I also want to thank the Brainerd Service League for the candies and hot chocolate they provided for all employees.

I wish you all could have heard the joy and appreciation from the staff as the meals and treats were delivered. It was heartwarming and overwhelming.

We are very grateful to the community that is thinking of us during this time as we continue to sacrifice for the community we serve — through the stress, the tragedy, the frustration, all with no end in sight.

Thank you,

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Deb Anderson

Guest Services, Essentia Health-St. Joseph’s Medical Center

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