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The Poudre Valley Hospital and Medical Center of Rockies Foundation is dedicated to making our community the healthiest place to live, work, and raise a family. At the forefront of this philanthropic organization is the dynamic and vivacious Shannon Medlicott.

Shannon joined the foundation as the special events coordinator in 2009 and has since coordinated several wildly successful fundraising and educational events for the organization. A Colorado native, Shannon graduated with a bachelor’s degree from Colorado State University and started her career as an event coordinator at Austin’s Homestead at Pelican Lakes, where she started working with FLEXX for event rentals in 2006.

Shannon, far right, with guests, sponsors and team members at the Table Hop & Taste where FLEXX Productions designed two rooms for the inaugural event…

Shannon and the team at the foundation recently hosted their 34th Annual PVH Foundation Spring Benefit with an “Always Local” theme featuring local foods and beverages and live and silent auction items from Northern Colorado businesses. All proceeds from the benefit went to the Poudre Valley cancer center, opening in Fort Collins in 2014.

Shannon lying across the Spring Benefit committee in their photo booth…

Known as “Nay-Nay” by her friends and colleagues, Shannon is infamous for her Mary Poppins purse containing everything but the kitchen sink! She recently finished renovating her first home and is looking for her next home remodel challenge. As an active member in Junior League, proud owner of an English mastiff named Sweet Lucy, and a Baskin-Robbins’ chocolate peanut butter ice cream enthusiast, Shannon is one of our all-time favorite clients to work with. Her creativity and attentiveness to even the smallest of details ensure that her events exceed all expectations. Shannon embodies her life motto, “Live, work, and play with purpose” and we are extremely fortunate to not only call her a client but also a close friend of the FLEXX family.

“Since joining our team n 2009, Shannon has had a wonderful impact. She has the unique ability to be so detailed about every part of planning an event, but also able to keep her personality positive to interact with the guests. We feel very fortunate to have found Shannon!” says the president of University of Colorado Health, Rulon Stacey.

Shannon, far right, with friends at this year’s NOCO 20/30 Down and Derby fundraiser…

To stay up-to-date with Shannon and all of the happenings at the PVH and MCR Foundation, be sure to “like” the PVH and MCR Foundation Facebook page.