Art of Courage

  2018 Art of Courage Wall

2018 The Art of Courage Wall

Every day outpatients make their way up to the Third Floor at BUH to go to their appointments at the Chemotherapy Department to receive their intravenous chemotherapy medication, to the Dialysis Unit to have their three to six hour renal dialysis treatment, to the Cardiac Stress Testing Room to have their ECGs completed while performing a strenuous activity, and to the Pre-Operative Department to learn of their surgical procedure and what they must do prior to their surgery.  Imagine the trepidation and anxiety these people and their families must feel as they go to these appointments.  Some of you reading this can probably personally attest to this.  BUH Foundation and Warne Photography have partnered to offer inspiration and motivation to these outpatients through the “Art of Courage” wall, a prominent wall that all these patients must pass by as they go to the various departments. 

Warne & Paula Noyce of Warne Photography have donated their talent and have captured three most beautiful images with their camera.  These have been put to canvas and will hang on the wall for one year.  As patients pass these amazing images on their way to their worrying appointments, we believe that it will offer them encouragement and incentive for hope.  What a powerful thing of which to be a part.

The 2018 "Art of Courage" wall has been sponsored by Allison Hawryliw, Jane, Mitch & Nico Wall, and Lionel Hawryliw, in memory of their son and brother, Nico Hawryliw.  Nico was a courageous young man, and a life-long North Stars fan who inspired many.  Proceeds from from the 2018 "Art of Courage" wall will support "We Don't Want to Miss a Beat" capital campaign to purchase a new central cardiac telemetry system for BUH.  See full 2018 media release here.

The "Art of Courage" wall will be an annual fundraising event with a new theme every year.  BUH Foundation is grateful to the models of Layne Young, Levi Kleiboer, Taryn Kotchorek, Connor Manegre and Cody Spagrud for being a part of the 2018 Battlefords North Stars theme and symbolizing looking for courage within.

If you wish to view the "Art of Couarge" wall, please stop by the Foundation office in the Main Lobby at BUH or call, 306-446-6652.

Sponsorship for the 2019 "Art of Courage" wall will be a part of the live auction event during the Formal Evening of Festival of Trees in December.  Tickets will be available to attend this evening, or contact the Foundation office to submit a proxy bid.

Sponsorship of the "Art of Courage" wall means we can continue to enrich patient care at BUH and Battlefords Region Home Care through the purchase of technologically advanced medical equipment.  Your donation stays and assists your family and friends in The Battlefords and surrounding area.

 **The canvases remain the property of Warne Noyce and BUH Foundation.**   

We are grateful to Warne Photography for their kind assistance and support.

 

2017 The Art of Courage Sponsor

The Art of Courage Wall

North Battleford, SK – Battlefords Union Hospital (BUH) Foundation was honoured to officially unveil “The Art of Courage” wall with distinguished guests and participants involved in the project.  In attendance were representatives of BUH Foundation and BUH as well as Warne & Paula Noyce who donated their time and talent to take the photographs, Lacy Albert and her children Landis & Jazz Roan who donated their time and beauty to be the subjects of the photographs, Carey Tollefson and Darren Russell of Ultra Print who beautifully installed “The Art of Courage” wall, and representatives of Battlefords Agency Tribal Chiefs (BATC) who generously sponsored the first installation of the wall.

2017 Art of Courage

 

 

 

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