Bethany Hunter, recently donated a collection of toys to Summerville Medical Center’s new Emergency Pediatric Department.
The 18 year-old collected toys during a one month period for a senior project, she attends Faith Assembly.
“We had to pick something we were passionate about, I’m passionate about kids,” said Bethany, who will attend Faulkner University in the fall.
Bethany has also been volunteering her time at SMC.
“I’ve learned a lot from her as well, her selfless attitude is inspiring,” added Crag Duncan, Pediatrics Manager at SMC.


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Hunter donates toys to SMC

  • Thursday, April 25, 2013

Provided -- Bethany Hunter, third from left, donates a collection of toys to Summerville Medical Center’s (SMC) new Emergency Pediatric Department. The 18 year-old collected toys during a one month period for a senior project, she attends Faith Assembly. “We had to pick something we were passionate about, I’m passionate about kids,” said Bethany, who will attend Faulkner University in the fall. Bethany has also been volunteering her time at SMC. “I’ve learned a lot from her as well, her selfless attitude is inspiring,” added Crag Duncan, Pediatrics Manager at SMC. --


Bethany Hunter, recently donated a collection of toys to Summerville Medical Center’s new Emergency Pediatric Department.
The 18 year-old collected toys during a one month period for a senior project, she attends Faith Assembly.
“We had to pick something we were passionate about, I’m passionate about kids,” said Bethany, who will attend Faulkner University in the fall.
Bethany has also been volunteering her time at SMC.
“I’ve learned a lot from her as well, her selfless attitude is inspiring,” added Crag Duncan, Pediatrics Manager at SMC.


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