Upcoming Event:

September 18th:  All members are welcome!  This is a great way to meet some actively involved people in the Auxiliary and to do something fun and special for our new Mothers!

Each Christmas, newborns leave our hospital with their own Christmas stocking which is made by Auxiliary members. This year the stockings have a new, simplified design and will be made from fleece.

 September is the time Christmas elves begin work on the construction of the 80 baby stockings. 3 seams and you’re done!
 September 18th we will meet in the Yorktown Room at Sentara from 1:00pm – 3:30pm to cut out the stockings. Precut stocking pieces, thread and directions will be furnished to anyone who would like to help with sewing. The stockings may be completed at home any time before the first part of December.  Please bring scissors and join us on September 18th to cut and take home a few stockings to sew or contact me if you would like to help sewing the stockings.
If you can help with cutting fabric and/or sewing or if you have questions, contact Trenna Tankersley (565-7909,



April Appreciation Tea:

Carolyn Smith seranades us with her piano music

Honor Guard from the York Poquoson Sheriffs Department

Margaret Cullivan and Ramie Lodwick welcome us!

Henry Matthews and Kendall Guse from Jamestown High School entertain us beautifully!

Betty Williams is honored for volunteering 10,000 hours to the Auxiliary for the past 30 years!


2018 Annual Meeting and Election of Officers 

President: Ramina Lodwick

First row: Steve McGinnis, Barbara Smith, Ramina Lodwick, Lauralyn Copan, Cynthia McCraw

Second row: Katy Suiter, Amy Nervo, Scottie Boyd, Sarah Wood, Marie Bond, Jane Anderson, Mary Berry, Missy Carr, Cathy Adams

Elected Officers: Steve McGinnis, treasurer; Barbara Smith, 1st Vice President; Ramina Lodwick, President; Lauralyn Copan, 2nd Vice President; Cynthia McCraw, Secretary

Newly appointed Life Members:  Barbara Smith and Cathy Adams

Certificate of Exemplary Duties:  Katie Grencewicz and husband, Tim


Honoring the Volunteers of the Pineapple Gift Shop