The Second Hand Rose
The Second Hand Rose is a thrift shop located in downtown Ord that is operated by the Valley County Health System Auxiliary. The thrift shop was opened in 2005.
The store is staffed completely by Auxiliary volunteers and is open six days per week. The Second Hand Rose sells a wide variety of quality, new and used merchandise including clothing, purses, shoes and accessories, fabric remnants, household items, small furniture, home decor, craft items, books and more.
To view and shop their online listings, visit ShopOrd.com
The Auxiliary donates proceeds in support of Valley County Health System. They have given more than $200,000 since the opening of the thrift shop! Click to view the donations to the health system from Auxiliary.
Monday through Friday, 9 a.m. to 5 p.m.
Saturday 9:30 a.m. to 12:30 p.m.
1537 M Street
Gold Star Award
"Dawn Sweesy is a great asset to VCHS in the Acute and ER departments. She represents the core values every shift she works.
Ownership: Dawn takes ownership every shift to ensure that our patients receive the best care. She holds those around her to a standard, and she is an excellent advocate for the patients. As a charge nurse, she keeps the staff working together to provide high quality care.
Compassion: Dawn cares about her coworkers and patients. She has a desire to alleviate suffering and improve the health of every patient she works with.
Integrity: Dawn is great at the hard things. When having a dilemma with patient care, she is available to talk it through with you and help decide what is in the patient’s best interest. She encourages ethical behavior and expects follow through.
Respect: Dawn has an amazing sense of humor and is fun to work with because she treats all patients and coworkers with respect. Dawn’s leadership abilities encourage good working relationships and mutual respect.
Trust: Dawn exemplifies a reliable and responsible coworker. She has a large knowledge base and wealth of experience and is a good teacher. Dawn is available to help when problems arise and exudes trustworthiness with the patients."