Greenville Children's Hospital
Jean Arden and Butch Scott built this cabinet for toys in the newborn
intensive care waiting room
Scroll saw puzzles made by Gary Morris for the Children’s Hospital
on a regular basis
Anna Price, Memory Stein, and Christi Kunzweiler, Child Life
accept the Anesthesia Machine model, made by Wayne Comstock.
Pictured are Emily Durham and Bill Baird. Emily is with
the Children’s Hospital and requested the cabinet for the x-ray department.
They had a cart (pictured) that was always in disarray and needed something
more organized for the toys, dvds, and medical equipment they use in the
room. Bill came out, took measurements, built in a timely manner, and
delivered to the hospital today (4/14/11). The staff in x-ray, along with
Emily were thrilled with the finished product. Tom Gruenholz also helped on
the project with cutting sheet goods and dados, then Bill took home to
This "Art Cart" was delivered by Wayne Comstock and Dr. Bill Schmidt.
The nurses have a local artist who will paint it with the Patewood
Children's Hospital Outpatient Center colors (picture to follow).
Fifty of these picture frames were made for the children to decorate and
place their picture in, for their parents
Here are some examples of cutouts and a birdhouse that
the Guild is creating for the Children's Hospital:
The staff at Greenville Children's Hospital extended an
invitation to Guild members who had worked on projects for the Hospital,
such as MRI models and bird-houses. A lunch, presentations by Hospital
staff, and a tour of the facility were set up by Guild member Bill
Kinard. Among the presenters were Bill Schmidt, Director of the
Greenville Children's Hospital (and Guild member), George Maynard, VP
Philanthropy and Partnership, and Emily Kear, Child Life Program.
CT scan models were made by Chris Lusk and Bill
Heizer; bird house kits
by Bill Bagwell, Bob Gardner, Ron Critser, and Bill Brett; butterfly
spring toys by Dave Decherd
Hospital staff and Beth Ball, Child Life Manager, on the right