Portneuf Medical Center CEO and Staff Take Ice Bucket Challenge

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Updated: 8/27/2014 11:08 pm
So far, the Ice Bucket Challenge to benefit the fight against Lou Gehrig’s Disease has raised over $94 million in donations in just one month's time.

Wednesday, it was the CEO and staff of Portneuf Medical Center's turn to take the challenge.

It was a sunny afternoon as PMC CEO Dan Ordyna was the first one to have a bucket of icy water dumped over his head.

He then challenged both the Pocatello and Chubbuck city councils and Bannock County Commissioners to make a donation to ALSA.ORG and take the challenge.

Then it was the doctors, nurses and staff of PMC time to feel the icy waters.

They then challenged various departments within the hospital to take the ice bucket challenge.

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