The Texas Hospital Association recently presented its its Texas Healthcare Trustees’ Founders’ Award to Scott Hibbs, a member of the Hendrick Health board of trustees. The award is the highest honor the association bestows upon trustees.
Hibbs was first elected to the board in 1992, and has served as its chairman multiple times since then. He was also chairman of the search committees to find Hendrick Health’s fourth and fifth CEOs.
“Every community hospital board needs a person like Scott Hibbs,” said former Hendrick board chairman David Morris in a news release. “His years of service to Hendrick reflect a deep love and commitment for our organization and its mission. His wisdom, business acumen and character define him as a leader.”
Hibbs also has served as trustee representative for the American Hospital Association Regional Policy Board (Region 7), and has served as a board member and chair of the Abilene Chamber of Commerce, the Abilene Industrial Foundation and the Community Foundation of Abilene.
MOOYAH Burgers opens Tuesday
MOOYAH Burgers, Fries & Shakes — a restaurant franchise based in Plano with more than 80 locations nationwide — will be opening its first Abilene location on Monday at The Shops of Abilene Village at 3550 S. Clack St.
The new restaurant, the chain’s 22nd in the state, will be operated by franchisees Chuck Holbrook, Casye Fowler and Tom Fowler. Holbrook previously was involved with the opening of the city’s first Raising Cane’s restaurant.
For menu information or ordering, go to mooyah.com.