Successful spring tea

The Auxiliary to Fraser Canyon Hospital/Fraser Hope Lodge raised $2,000

The Auxiliary to Fraser Canyon Hospital/Fraser Hope Lodge had a very successful Spring Tea on April 21 at the Eagles Hall. We raised $2,000, which will enable us to continue our committed purchases for our Hospital and Lodge.

We also had a great response to our raffle tickets, flower and bake sale and gift shop items.

The third prize winner of a loon print was Sieglinde Corbett, second prize winner of a carved bear was P.D. Morris, and first prize winner of $250 was P. Denis Pitre – congratulations to all. Fundraising brings out the best in us, with energy, time and generosity. Find it in your heart to volunteer! New members welcomed and we thank you all for your support.

Mary Birchmore

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