HORSE OF HEALING
Laurie Kopinski & Kris Wilson
Laurie Kopinski is a resident artist at Ogden Arts and has her work on display at Artists & Heirlooms on Historic 25th Street in Ogden. She
is the Historian and Newsletter Editor for The Palette Club of Ogden. While oil is her preferred medium, she also works with acrylic and watercolor. Laurie lives in Uintah, is a full time artist and nds her greatest joy is to paint for her family and friends.
Kris Wilson is currently President of the Palette Club of Ogden for the 2nd year and is committed to advancing the level of art in the Intermountain West. Living in Huntsville has given Kris the opportunity to see life in beautifully different ways, a perspective expressed by her paintings. Working primarily in oils, Kris is always investigating different ways of doing the ordinary. Together, Kris Wilson and Laurie Kopinski completed 2 horses for “Trail To Pioneer Days” – “The Horse of Healing” and “Whoopee”.
Intermountain Mckay Dee Hospital Center & Mckay Dee Hospital Foundation
Founded by Annie Taylor Dee in 1910, Intermountain McKay-Dee Hospital Center is a not-for-pro t, 340-bed, full-service tertiary and acute care referral center located in Ogden. It provides high-tech service with personalized care regardless of the patient’s ability to pay. The McKay-Dee Hospital Foundation is non-pro t charitable organization that provides nancial support for the Hospital’s mission. Both the Hospital and the Foundation support our community’s health-related organizations, including the Children’s Health Connection, United Way, Midtown Clinic, the Salvation Army, the Hospital’s Community Health Information Center and many others. The center has signi cant impact on Ogden’s economy, employing more than 2,700 people with a payroll of over $100 million and a total impact of over $384 million. McKay-Dee Hospital Center is proud to provide extraordinary care to an extraordinary community.