CHRISTUS St. Michael Health System Auxiliary hosts jewelry sale


The CHRISTUS St. Michael Health System Auxiliary will offer spring savings for shoppers when they host the $5 Jewelry and Accessories Sale fundraiser April 22-23, at CHRISTUS St. Michael Hospital – Texarkana.

The sale is set for Monday from 9:00 a.m. until 5:00 p.m. and Tuesday from 8:00 a.m. until 3:00 p.m. at the North Conference Center at CHRISTUS St. Michael Hospital – Texarkana, located at 2600 St. Michael Drive in Texarkana. The sale features a wide array of jewelry and accessories – from necklaces and bracelets to wallets and smartphone chargers – for just $5. Proceeds benefit programs and services of CHRISTUS St. Michael Health System

“We are excited to offer this great fundraising event where a fabulously priced assortment of jewelry and gifts are available for the spring season,” said Sister Jeanne Connell, Volunteer Coordinator at CHRISTUS St. Michael Health System. “Most importantly, all proceeds are designated for supporting programs and services of CHRISTUS St. Michael Health System to benefit the health of our community.”

The hours of the sale are different both days, so attendees are encouraged to check the following schedule before undertaking their shopping journey:

Jewelry Sale Days
Monday, April 22: 9:00 a.m. – 5:00 p.m.
Tuesday, April 23: 8:00 a.m. – 3:00 p.m.

Guests can get a preview of some of the available items by visiting the site:

“The Auxiliary Volunteer Program at CHRISTUS St. Michael provides community members with the opportunity to serve others,” said Sister Connell. “Our volunteers support our health care ministry through their service in areas such as the Gift Shop, information desks, family waiting areas and cancer care support. This fundraiser is a wonderful chance for the Texarkana community to support the efforts of our volunteers and our system as we seek to live out our mission to extend the healing ministry of Jesus Christ.”

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