Mon Health’s Got Talent to raise funds for Colleague Support Fund

MORGANTOWN — On May 14 at 11 a.m., Mon Health will be hosting its first ever Mon Health’s Got Talent show at the Ruby Amphitheater at Hazel Ruby McQuain Park in Morgantown. All proceeds from the show benefit the Colleague Support Fund at Mon Health. The fund is dedicated to helping employees at Mon Health in times of urgent need or crisis.

Mon Health’s Got Talent will feature several employees showcasing their unique talents. Join the show for live entertainment, food and fun! Tickets are $20 for adults, $10 for children 13 and up, and free for children 12 and under. Tickets can be purchased at

The show will also host a special feature with Nashville songwriters, Erik Dylan, Brett Taylor and Brad Clawson. Dylan’s writing credits include songs recorded by Kip Moore, Justin Moore, Eli Young Band and more. He also released his own album, “Heart of a Flatland Boy.” Taylor’s major label first cut is a song called “Hallelujahville,” recorded and performed by country icon Tim McGraw and released in 2020 on his album “Here On Earth.” Clawson has seen great success as a songwriter and producer from singles such as “Happy Does” by Kenny Chesney and #1 single “Up Down” by Morgan Wallen featuring Florida Georgia Line.

The Mon Health Medical Center Foundation has distributed nearly $40,000 since 2020 to employees across Mon Health. With the proceeds gained from the talent show, they are hoping to help more employees who may need assistance in times of need.

To donate to the Colleague Support Fund at Mon Health, visit