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The Journal Pioneer
Dec 04 at 11:04 a.m.
Edwin Doiron, left, and Rob Doiron from the North Rustico Lions Club came by the PCH recently with a donation of $3,800 to dedicate several lighting displays including the large angel, a gingerbread boy, and an arch in memory of deceased club members. Representing the PCH Foundation is finance and administration manager Lisa Schurman-Smith. One hundred per cent of the Lions Club’s gift will support the medical equipment needs for patients at the Prince County Hospital. It also includes a donation the club matched from Helen Perry's Women’s Golf event at a value of $1,300. The lighting ceremony is Dec. 5 at 6:30 p.m. in Summerside Donations can be made at pchcare.com, by calling 902-432-2547 or at the foundation office in the lobby of the PCH. - Contributed
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