Treasure Island benefit for hospital receives 2 early donations

Photo by Ginny Kropf: Officials from MSL, a division of Generations Bank and Orleans Community Health presented donations for the cash raffle at Treasure Island to the fundraiser’s committee this week at the local bank, which was Medina Savings & Loan until a merger last month with Generations Bank, based in Seneca Falls. From left are Dawn Meland, Twig member; Cindy Hewitt, bank employee and Twig member; Angela DiRosa, Hospital Foundation director; Dr. Vincent Lee (presenting check); Menzo Case, president of Generations Bank; and Brad Jones, chairman of the board of the bank.

By Ginny Kropf, correspondent Posted 25 October 2018 at 10:07 pm

MEDINA – Orleans Community Health Foundation’s annual Treasure Island fundraiser got a big boost this week with a $1,000 donation from the hospital’s medical staff and MSL, a division of Generations Bank.

The donation of $500 from the bank and $500 from the medical staff will fund Treasure Island’s annual cash raffle.

Representing the bank were Brad Jones, chairman of the board of MSL/Generations Bank, and Menzo Case, president of the bank.

Generations Bank is headquartered in Seneca Falls, and Jones said he loves the Medina area and is just learning about all the events here.

“I know how important this event (Treasure Island) is and we are happy to be part of it,” Jones said.

The check from the hospital’s medical staff was presented by Dr. Vincent Lee, a doctor of internal medicine at Orleans Community Health.

The checks were accepted by Angela DiRosa, director of Orleans Community Health’s Foundation; Cindy Hewitt, a longtime employee of MSL/Generations Bank and member of Twig; and Dawn Meland, a member and former president of the Twig Association. The three women are all working to plan the signature event, which is scheduled Nov. 3 at Sacred Heart Club.

Only 300 tickets are sold for the cash raffle and may be purchased from any committee member.

Tickets to Treasure Island are available from Orleans Community Health Foundation at, or by calling 798-8061.

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