Conductors of the Community: Healthcare Heroes

Presented by the Massachusetts State Lottery

The Conductors of the Community program, presented by the Massachusetts State Lottery, was designed to honor individuals who have made a significant and positive impact in the Worcester community.

In light of the COVID-19 pandemic, the Railers and Massachusetts State Lottery shifted their focus from honoring our traditional community heroes to honoring our healthcare heroes working tirelessly on the front lines.

Each recognized honoree received $250 worth of Lottery Instant Tickets as a thank you for their selflessness and dedication to helping others.

Recognized Heroes

Leah Rainville is an ICU nurse at UMass Memorial. She continues to fulfill her responsibilities as a nurse while homeschooling her son as a single mom.

Monique Modig has been a nurse for 30+ years and currently works on the front lines as a critical care RN at Saint Vincent Hospital.

Deborah McCrohon is a nurse at Saint Vincent Hospital and has been working 12-hours shifts in the operating room where they provide emergency surgeries to patients, including those that are COVID-19 positive.

Allyson Lalumiere has been a nurse with the night-shift crew at Lahey Medical Center in Burlington for 14 years. She created “busy bears” to comfort patients feeling lonely because of strict COVID-19 visitation policies.

Contact

Jacqueline Avola

Corporate Fulfillment & Game Operations Manager
(508) 365-1767

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