3 1of3COMMUNITY SUPPORT: Spectrum Health Reed City President Sam Daugherty (right) stands with Vic’s Supermarket cashier Megan Smith during the Celebrity Bagging Event. More than $2,000 was raised for the Susan P. Wheatlake Regional Cancer Center at the event. (Courtesy photos) Show MoreShow Less 2of3DONATION: Vic’s Supermarket donated $2,132 to the Bringing Hope Closer to Home Capital Campaign. The store matched donations given by community members during the Celebrity Bagging Event on Nov. 16. Show MoreShow Less 3of3 Spectrum hospital celebrities raise $2,132 at Vic’s Supermarket REED CITY — More than $2,000 was raised for the Susan P. Wheatlake Regional Cancer Center at the first ever Celebrity Bagging Event at Vic’s Supermarket on Nov. 16. The hospital celebrities bagged from noon to 5 p.m., and all donations were matched by the store. Celebrities such as Spectrum Health Reed City Hospital President Sam Daugherty, Chief Nursing Officer Scott Lombard, Administrator of the Rehab and Nursing Center Mike Ross, General Surgeon and Capital Campaign Cabinet Member Dr. Tom Campana and SHRCH Board of Trustees Chairman Dave Langworthy rolled up their sleeves and bagged groceries for the Bringing Hope Closer to Home Capital Campaign. Spectrum Health Reed City Hospital is engaged in the largest and most important capital campaign in the hospital’s 127-year history – a $2.4 million fundraising effort that will expand its facilities to meet the community’s cancer care needs well into the future. The event was part of Vic’s Supermarket’s program to raise awareness about the need to build the advanced cancer facility for patients and families in the community. There are many opportunities for donating to the new cancer center. For more information on how to donate to the new center, contact the Spectrum Health Foundation at (231) 832-7184 or visit www.spectrumhealthfoundation.org and click on the Bringing Hope Closer to Home link.