Be an Angel campaign raises over $204,000 for Hospital Foundation

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That includes $71,000 raised at the "Be an Angel" gala, and $38,480 raised last week by Moose FM and Rhyason Contracting Light a Moose fundraiser. Letters were also sent out to community members and past donors, and donations were also taken at local financial institutions.

 
This year all the money raised will go towards a medical imaging probe worth $8,200, new wheelchairs worth $10,000 and three treatment chairs at $8,400 as well as other priority medical equipment.
 
The Hospital Foundation just squeaked by its goal of $200,000 this year. Last year, over $230,000 was raised.
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