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Hospital Foundation’s ‘Be An Angel’ campaign officially closed, results from radio-thon


That’s $35,000 off the target amount, but based on past year’s experience, there’s still reason to assume the total will go higher.

Foundation Executive Director Ashley Bentley remains optimistic about meeting the campaign goal.

“We haven’t reached out target yet, but as donations continue to arrive we hope to achieve our goal,” Bentley said. “No matter how big or small, we are so appreciative of all donations we receive. Every little bit helps.”

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An additional $44,000 was also raised during this year’s Rhyason Contracting “Light a Moose Campaign,” surpassing this year’s goal of $36,000 for the three day Moose FM radio-thon.

All donations will go to meeting equipment needs at the Hospital and Peace Villa Care Centre.

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