Championship Flight – Farm Bureau Financial Services

(L-R): Clayton Raatz, Dave Klaumann, Nate Casey, Keegan Casey


1st Flight Winner – Hubbell Lions Club

(L-R)  Evan Meyer, Gary Sinn, Randy Bartling and John Schroeder.


2nd Flight Winner – Hubbell Lions Club

(L-R) Doug Chos, Tiffany Finke, Ginger Ridolfi, Patrick Yacks


Donors to the 2024 Golf Tournament

Ni2 Health, Inc

Marsh McLennan Agency
Reinke Manufacturing Company
Chris and Ronda Frye
D.A. Davidson

Elite Anesthesia PC
Berwyn Petersen
CHI Health
Farm Bureau Financial Services
FNIC Trusted Insurance Advisors
Landmark Implement Inc.
John and Rita Luongo
Carla Frye
Jack Wehrbein
Roger and Kathy Retzlaff
Long Crop Services
Brian and Deb Rokusek
Jerry and Jill Catlett
Terry and Laura Tuma

Bruning Bank
Cornerstone Bank
C&M Supply
Farmers National Company
Heartland Business Solutions
Home Agency
Hubbell Lions Club
Ron and Melissa Kuhlmann
Norder Supply, Inc.
Pioneer Seed
Price Funeral Home
Thayer County Bank
Terry and Laura Tuma
Dick and Cheryl Walsh
Wiedel Ag Products, LLC

Dennis and Barb Ahlman
Bruning Grocery
Casey’s General Store
Citizens State Bank
Mike and Deana DeFoe
Cheryl Fintel

Louisa Fintel
Michael and Shari Fischer
Bill and Mary Glover
Hebron Dental Care
Jamie Koch
Dean and Linda Krueger
Lyle McLaughlin
Midwest Bank
Gary and Susan Miller
Bill and Beck Mize
Joe and Elizabeth Murray
Annette Ohlrich
Pathology Medical Services
Jeremy Pearson
Julia Pohlmann
Prairie Health Ventures
Stephen and Amanda Vandervoort
Mark & Wendy VanSkiver
Bill and Roseann Wehrbein
Dan and Sue Werner
Gregg and Janice Wiedel
Lisa Wiedel
Loren and Mary Wiedel
Steve Williams

2024 Golf Tournament benefits the surgery department

Neptune 3 Waste Management System

The 2024 Golf Tournament raised funds for the purchase of a Neptune suction machine for the Surgery Department. The addition of this equipment will help reduce the exposure of potential biohazards in the operating room. With virtually no physical touch points, no lids to handle, no hoses to insert and no canisters to dump – the Neptune System is a simple way to safeguard healthcare personal during surgeries performed at Thayer County Health Services.

Thayer County Health Services is committed to increasing the surgeries patients can have done locally at the hospital in Hebron. The Neptune suction machine allows for a quicker turnover time for staff to prepare the operating room between procedures. This means more surgeries cases can be done during the time a visiting surgeons is scheduled to be at the hospital in Hebron.

donations for the new Transport ambulance

When seconds count and no medical helicopter can fly, the hospital transport ambulance is there to get you to the lifesaving medical care you need.

Donate to the Ambulance Fund

Transport Ambulance

The current 2009 transport ambulance was purchased in 2018 for $78,000.  The Foundation for Thayer County Health Services and the Hospital Guild successfully raised the funds to purchase the ambulance. This was only possible because of the generosity received from many of you.

Why does the hospital need a new transport ambulance?

The current transport ambulance has served local residents well. When medical helicopters can’t fly due to bad weather or high winds, the transport ambulance takes patients needing more specialized care to a larger tertiary hospital. There have even been times when the transport ambulance has had to make multiple trips in a 24 hour period. 

The hospital’s transport ambulance is now 15 years old, has higher than average mileage and is seeing increased maintenance repairs. This has led to a decision to fundraise to replace it by 2025. To help with the cost, the hospital applied for and was awarded a $75,000 Nebraska EMS grant for a new ambulance. However; with a price tag of $230,000, additional fundraising is needed.

How can you help?

Earlier this year, the Hospital Guild pledged $60,000 in match funds to the Foundation for their fundraising for the new ambulance. To meet this challenge, the Foundation is asking for your help. The Big Give Thayer County, memberships dues and other fundraisers has helped raise over $40,000 toward the foundation fundraising goal.

The Foundation’s upcoming Casino Night fundraiser on March 16th will continue to help them fundraise for the new transport ambulance. If your schedule allows we hope you will join us for this fun filled evening in support of this important cause.  All donations to the ambulance fund are greatly appreciated.

Together we will continue to make improvements to local healthcare!