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Scooter's Poker Run Helps Cardiac Rehab Program

September 6, 2019

Wheeling Hospital’s Cardiac Rehabilitation Program received a generous donation from a former two-time “graduate” of the program, Cara Burdine, along with Gary and Melissa Knight of Scooter’s Beer Garden in Glencoe. The money was raised through Scooter’s Poker Run, held in August. The event, in its third year, expanded to include 48 motorcyclists and over 200 attendees. Next year’s event has already been scheduled for Aug. 22, 2020. All proceeds from the poker run were donated to the Cardiac Rehabilitation program to assist patients. Accepting the donation was Cardiac Rehabilitation Manager Christine Wallace. From left are, Melissa and Gary Knight, Wallace and Burdine. “On behalf of the Wheeling Hospital Cardiac Rehabilitation staff, we are grateful for this donation that will help support our ongoing patient education initiatives,” said Wallace.

Wheeling Hospital’s Cardiac Rehabilitation Program received a generous donation from a former two-time “graduate” of the program, Cara Burdine, along with Gary and Melissa Knight of Scooter’s Beer Garden in Glencoe. The money was raised through Scooter’s Poker Run, held in August. The event, in its third year, expanded to include 48 motorcyclists and over 200 attendees. Next year’s event has already been scheduled for Aug. 22, 2020. All proceeds from the poker run were donated to the Cardiac Rehabilitation program to assist patients. Accepting the donation was Cardiac Rehabilitation Manager Christine Wallace. From left are, Melissa and Gary Knight, Wallace and Burdine. “On behalf of the Wheeling Hospital Cardiac Rehabilitation staff, we are grateful for this donation that will help support our ongoing patient education initiatives,” said Wallace.