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Contributing Authors

Larry Kidder; James Ponder; Briana Pastorino; Heather Reifsnyder; Susan Onuma; Nancy Yuen; Ryan Haas; Kathleen Clem

Keywords

San Bernardino Terrorist, victims, Christmas, Flag of Hope, fundraising

Description

Inside this issue:

-- Terrorist bullets shatter the peace of the holidays in San Bernardino and neighboring communities
-- Loma Linda University Health family remembers victims
-- Advancement team Christmas gathering reflects tragedy and hope
-- Media relations ream inundated with inquiries
-- Faculty and students profess solidarity with victims of San Bernardino terrorist attack
-- Flag of Hope promotes unity, peace, and healing
-- Second graders make Christmas cards for LLUMC emergency department
-- Food distribution event at Highland Springs Medical Plaze provides food supplies for local area families in need
-- Charity Navigator gives LLU coveted 4-star rating
-- Big hearts for Little Hearts Desert Guild sponsors first of three 'Lunch & Learn' cooking demonstrations
-- Loma Linda University Health 5K Santa Fun Run brings joy to the season
-- Parents get artistically creative at Art for Little Hearts event
-- K-FROG listeners raise almost $320,000 for kids fighting cancer at LLUCH
-- And the winner is . . .
-- Quaid Harley Davidson Toy Run raises more than $10,000 and brings thousands of toys for patients at Children's Hospital
-- Loma Linda University Health takes part in Advocacy Day
-- High school choir delights staff and patients with Christmas songs
-- Jersey Mike's raises more than $6,500 for LLUCH during month-long promotion
-- Loma Linda Guild hits high note with 'Carols in the Lobby'
-- 'No Shave Movember' raises more than $12,000 for LLU Cancer Center
-- Updating employee emergency notification preferences
-- School of Behavioral Health's first alumni banquet reunites graduates of many generations
-- Officers strategize for successful 2016 at annual guild board retreat
-- Award-winning documentary on Wil Alexander's lifelong quest to practice and teach whole person care to premiere
-- A Spirit of Christmas brings the holidays to life for families in need
-- A story about the terrorists net door: 433 steps from my home
-- Chief of emergency medicine services is proud of response by emergency department

Disciplines

Other Medicine and Health Sciences

Volume

28

Issue

12

Publication Date

12-2015

Publisher

Loma Linda University Health

City

Loma Linda

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TODAY - December 2015

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