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The Stuart Lake Hospital Auxiliary would like to thankd the community as a whole in our efforts to raise funds for hospital purchases


The Stuart Lake Hospital Auxiliary would like to acknowledge the support of the community as a whole in our efforts to raise funds for hospital purchases, patient comfort, and help in other health related fields.

Without the generosity of the community our Christmas raffle wouldn’t have been the success it was. The auxiliary sold all of the raffle tickets that were printed.

The auxiliary would like to acknowledge  the  support of individuals that donated the raffle prizes thereby keeping our costs to a minimum.  Tom Schaff, (donated 30 minute helicopter ride – won by Harvest Soles )  Jim and Bea Barnes (donated an office chair won by Carole Kirkaldy), Ruth Northcott (donated a crochet afghan won by Axel Boris), Mark Whitely and Renee Prince (donated a popcorn machine won by Nancy Erickson), Grant Mortenson (donated a cordless 18 volt drill won by Shane Huffman), Brad Miller (donated a Grillmate barbeque won by Kerry Buck), and Russ and Donna Gingrich (donated a DVD Player won by Kevin Uhrich ).

The remaining three prizes were supplied by the auxiliary.  Samsung Galaxy Tab 3 was won by Charlyne Smilinski.  The food hamper was won by Winnie Marchand.  The lottery ticket tree was won by Gwenda Felix.

The net profit from the Christmas Raffle was $3,600.00   Thank you everyone for supporting a worthy fundraiser.

Happy New Year to the community of Fort St. James.

Sherry Nielsen

on the behalf of the Stuart Lake Hospital Auxiliary


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