MNA nurses and other healthcare providers go Wild

The Minnesota Wild held a Salute 2 Scrubs night on Monday, January 20, to honor the work healthcare providers do to keep the State of Hockey strong and healthy. MNA nurses attended to represent the nursing profession and have a little fun while supporting MNAF.

MNA member Linda Jessen-Howard of St. Joseph’s Hospital received recognition for her volunteer work with National Nurses United’s RN Response Network (RNRN) deployment to the Bahamas in response to the devastation of Hurricane Dorian. She also started the game with a spirited “Let’s play hockey!”
All attendees who purchased tickets through a special link received a gift bag, raffle prizes, and the opportunity to go on to the ice after the game for a photo. More than 450 attendees enjoyed the game, raising $4,200 for MNAF. While the final score wasn’t what most fans were hoping for, it was a fun night all around!

The next opportunity to take advantage of your member benefits to attend a game with MNA is Sunday, March 22, when the Minnesota Timberwolves take on Portland Trailblazers at Target Center. To get discounted tickets and an opportunity to toss free throws on the court after the game, visit and use the code MNNurses.