Piece of PVH to the Rose Parade

POMEROY DAILY SENTINEL

POINT PLEASANT, W.Va. — A piece of Pleasant Valley Hospital will once again be going to the Rose Parade.

Pleasant Valley Hospital is pleased to participate in the Center for Organ Recovery & Education’s annual Rose Vial Signing event. On Nov. 21, Glen Washington, FACHE, PVH CEO, wrote a dedication message for a rose that will appear on the Donate Life Float in the 2017 Rose Parade.

“Pleasant Valley Hospital is honored to participate again this year in the CORE Rose Vial Signing. The sign as well as participation in the Rose Bowl Parade brings awareness to the importance of becoming an organ, eye, and tissue donor,” commented Glen Washington, FACHE, CEO.

Pleasant Valley Hospital’s dedicated rose will be placed in a vial that carries PVH CEO, Glen Washington’s unique, personal message of hope and remembrance to honor organ donors, recipients and those touched by organ, tissue and cornea donation. Altogether, these roses create a Dedication Garden that is a featured design element on the Donate Life float each year. Continue reading







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