St. John's Celebrates 100 Years
Nearly 3,000 community members attended the Centennial Celebration hosted
by St. John’s Hospital Foundation on July 31 at Snow King Ball Field.
The celebration honored St. John’s Medical Center and thanked the
community for 100 years of generosity and support. Grammy Award-winning
bluegrass band The SteelDrivers headlined this free, family-friendly
event and the result was a stellar combination of music, friends, and
gratitude. Thanks to everyone who made the Centennial Celebration such
a success! We are thankful to the community for 100 years of support and look forward to
the next 100!
On September 9, the 100th anniversary of the dedication of Jackson Hole’s
first hospital, St. John’s held a ceremony entitled “Honoring
the Past, Envisioning the Future.” The event featured remarks by
Governor Matt Mead, the introduction of Paul Beaupré, MD, and the
installation of a time capsule. The historic event brought together all
segments of the Jackson Hole community.
FOR MORE INFORMATION on centennial activities, including a short documentary
on the hospital’s history, go to sjmc100.org.