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The LCBO in Picton has again designated the Prince Edward County Memorial Hospital Foundation as its local charity of choice for patron donations.
LCBO staff placed donation boxes at each counter during the month of January and $1,392.50 was raised. All funds collected help assist with the purchase of state-of-the-art medical equipment to help doctors, nurses and technologists deliver the best care possible to patients at Prince Edward County Memorial Hospital. This donation will bring Picton LCBO’s cumulative giving total to $10,302.48 moving them up to the Patron level on our donor wall.
“We sincerely thank all those who contribute and special thanks are reserved to the staff members at the LCBO for encouraging support of our hospital,” said Hazel Lloyst, interim director of development for the PECMH Foundation. “The Foundation raises money in our community for the purchase of priority medical equipment needed for patient care at Prince Edward County Memorial Hospital. Each year, our County hospital staff treats more than 18,000 people with approximately 1,000 admitted for further care, many for acute medical conditions such as pneumonia and heart attacks. Our goal is to build partnerships in the County with individuals, businesses service organizations and others who will work with us to meet the needs of our fundraising endeavours. We are proud of the LCBO’s ongoing efforts.”
Pictured here on March 13, 2015 at the LCBO location in Picton from left Hazel Lloyst, interim director of development for the PECMH Foundation, Michael McGowan, Shannon Lazure, Judy Reeks and Michelle Lavender on behalf of LCBO Picton and Fran Donaldson, vice chair of the PECMH Foundation. Absent from the photo is Betsy Cole.
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