Picton Home Hardware have made their first gift to the new hospital campaign thus staking their claim on being the first business to publicly commit to supporting the proposed redevelopment of Prince Edward County Memorial Hospital. Adam and Chrissy Busscher, owners of the Picton store handed over $1,305 that was raised at April’s electronics recycling event to Foundation staff member Briar Boyce on August 21. The funds will be restricted to support the hospital redevelopment campaign.
The couple also recognized the tireless and enthusiastic efforts of e-waste event co-ordinator Linda Ryan who organizes these happenings at the store and avidly supports the hospital. The Busschers also thanked their staff members who volunteer at the events.
Got a clunky old TV or computer to ditch? Picton Home Hardware will host a free electronics recycling event in their parking lot this Saturday and Sunday, 9 am until 4 pm. This weekend’s e-waste event will also support the hospital redevelopment efforts. Home Hardware will be hosting various events at their store in the future to support the new hospital campaign as plans continue to unfold.
Photo from left: Briar Boyce, communications co-ordinator for the PECMH Foundation accepts $1,305 from Adam and Chrissy Busscher, owners of Picton Home Hardware and Linda Ryan, co-ordinator of the electronics recycling events. This donation is the store’s first gift toward the new hospital campaign.