Receives Support Through

Charitable donations play a vital role in supporting healthcare organizations, ensuring they have the necessary resources to provide quality care to their communities. Cabinet Peaks Medical Center’s Auxiliary, a dedicated group of volunteers, has consistently demonstrated their commitment to giving back. Over the past three years, their generous donations have amounted to over $27,000, benefiting various departments and services within the medical center.

In December 2021, the Cabinet Peaks Medical Center’s Auxiliary made a substantial donation of $8,776.60 towards the purchase of an ultrasound bed. This state-of-the-art equipment is instrumental in diagnostic imaging, providing healthcare professionals with enhanced imaging capabilities to aid in accurate diagnoses and treatment planning. The Auxiliary’s contribution ensures that patients receive the highest level of care and diagnostic accuracy, promoting positive health outcomes.

Recognizing the importance of creating a comforting and welcoming environment for patients and their families, the Auxiliary donated $400.00 towards the establishment of a coffee bar for the surgery waiting room in September 2022. This thoughtful addition to the medical center provides a space where individuals can relax, socialize, and enjoy a warm beverage. The coffee bar not only fosters a sense of community but also offers a respite for patients and their loved ones during their time at the medical center.

The Auxiliary’s commitment to enhancing patient care extended to the Emergency Department (ED) and Cabinet Peaks Orthopedic Clinic. In May 2023, as they generously donated $7,100.00 towards the purchase of pressure monitoring equipment. By ensuring that the medical center has the latest monitoring technology, the Auxiliary directly contributes to the safety and well-being of patients in both the ED and Orthopedics..

The Cabinet Peaks Medical Center’s Auxiliary stands as a shining example of the power of volunteerism and generosity. Through their selfless efforts, they have made substantial contributions to the medical center, enhancing patient care, and supporting the well-being of the community. Their donations towards the ultrasound bed, coffee bar, and pressure monitoring equipment demonstrate a holistic approach to healthcare, encompassing both clinical excellence and compassionate support. The Auxiliary’s unwavering dedication to giving back serves as an inspiration to all, encouraging us to contribute in whatever way we can to create a healthier and more compassionate world. Giving is not just about giving a donation, it’s about making a difference, and the CPMC Auxiliary is all about making a difference.  The mission of the Auxiliary is to support the hospital with their time, talent, and the purchase of equipment, and is carried out with amazing spirit and generosity by this group of hard-working ladies.

If you are interested in becoming a member of the CPMC Auxiliary, please call the gift shop at 283-7015 and leave your name and number with the volunteer.


Submitted by Paula Collins, CPMC

Sat., June 17th Late Spring Birding Class in Libby


Join us for a late spring outdoor educational adventure to learn about birding tips and methods, explore a few different habitats on private land, and learn how to spot and identify local and migrating birdlife. We’ll meet at the Venture Inn in Libby, located at  1015 U.S. Highway 2 at 9:00 a.m. MOUNTAIN TIME on Saturday, June 17th. Please come prepared for the day with full gas tanks, lunch, water, binoculars, field guidebooks, spotting scopes, good footwear, natural earth tone color or camouflage clothing, camera’s, and a good sense of humor.

Class is sponsored by Libby Base Camp Hostel and all participants Must Register and pay a nominal registration fee. Adults only, young adults with a sincere interest 16 years and older welcome with an adult parent or guardian. Small groups, wrap up approx. 3:00 p.m. MOUNTAIN TIME. Vehicle tours with roadside stops and a few short hikes less than half mile round trip. Experienced Instructor. Private tours will also be available throughout the summer focusing on birds, botany, animal tracking, map & compass orienteering, and combinations of the above. For More Info & To Register: Call 406-291-2154 or Email b_baxter53@yahoo.com

Submitted by Brian Baxter

Troy Third Grade Glacier

Submitted by Troy Elementary School


The Troy Elementary third grade class took an end of year adventure to Glacier National Park to learn about National Parks and the unique conservation efforts.