Twelve Kentucky children’s charities have received more than $50,000 from the Lexington Medical Society Auxiliary. The money is just some of the proceeds from the sale of the cookbook “Creating A Stir.” To date, the cookbook has generated more than $120,000 in net sales revenue. Additional monies will be dispersed to charities that serve the children of Kentucky for years to come.
The twelve charities include the American Diabetes Association, Baby Health Services, Camp Quality Kentucky, Family Care Center, God’s Pantry Food Bank, High Street Neighborhood Center, Lexington Hearing and Speech Center, Hospice of the Bluegrass, Kidney Foundation of Central Kentucky, Life Adventure Camp, Parent’s Place – Bluegrass Region, and the Ronald McDonald House.







As the number one bestseller at Joseph-Beth Booksellers in Lexington, Kentucky for the last three holiday seasons, the Auxiliary has sold approx. 20,000 books nationwide.
The Lexington Medical Society Auxiliary was created in 1948 as the philanthropic arm of the Lexington Medical Society. The organization helped open the local chapter of the Ronald McDonald House. It is part of the group’s charter to appropriate funds every year to the house. The Auxiliary also established and funded the Allied School of Health Scholarships, which are given out to undergraduate students in health-related fields in need of financial aid. In addition, the Auxiliary presents various health education programs throughout the Lexington school system. Thank you for your interest in "Creating A Stir." We appreciate your support. For more information contact the Lexington Medical Society Auxiliary at (859) 293-9100.