Making A Difference Award Recipients

Laura Gibson and her staff at CURRENTS

Laura Gibson and her staff at CURRENTS received the Making a Difference Award at the Annual Meeting on January 20, 2016.

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Berger Transfer and Storage and United Trailer and Leasing

United Trailer Leasing and Berger Transfer and Storage are two companies that have contributed to the success of the annual North Oaks Rummage Sale put on in September by North Oaks Guild II.

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Dr. Alan L. Goldbloom

Dr. Alan L. Goldbloom was appointed President and CEO of Children's Hospitals and Clinics of Minnesota in 2003. Since that time, Children’s has undergone a $300 million transformation to help enhance its national reputation for excellence and role as a regional source for pediatric medicine and education.

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Ginger Bailey

Ginger was awarded the Making a Difference Award at the 2014 Annual Meeting for her many years of dedication to CHA.

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Roberta Keller

Roberta Keller has been a Board member for nearly 25 years. She has made a difference by working with passion, creativity and dedication to better serve children and families in need at Children’s Hospitals and Clinics of Minnesota.

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Dr. Phillip Kibort

Dr. Kibort has always been a friend to CHA, while advising us on strategies that have lead to our great success in helping the children of our community.

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Dr. Carolyn Levitt

There are many people who do wonderful things and give support and encouragement, but occasionally there is someone who goes above and beyond. Dr. Carolyn Levitt was honored at CHA’s 10th anniversary of Table Talk, with the highest award, the Making A difference Award.

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Night Owls Guild

In recognition of their spirit of giving, their passion for the children in our community and their strong sense of commitment to CHA.

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North Oaks Guild I

The North Oaks Guild I of Children’s Hospital Association has proudly supported Children’s Hospitals and Clinics of Minnesota for the past 50 years.

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The Hubbard Family

Children's Hospital Association was pleased to recognize the Hubbard family through the Hubbard Broadcasting Foundation for their continued and compassionate dedication to making a difference for children in our community.

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North Oaks Guild II

Children’s Hospital Association’s Making a Difference Award was presented to North Oaks Guild II, January 26, 2011 at the Annual Meeting.

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Mary Lou and Ray Barton

The Children's Hospital Association “Making a Difference Award” was presented to Mary Lou and Ray Barton in recognition and appreciation of their commitment of time and talent on behalf of children and families facing health challenges.

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Barbara and Dennis Senneseth

Children’s Hospital Association recognized Barbara and Dennis Senneseth as CHA’s first recipients of the Making a Difference Award.

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