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Picton’s hospital appreciative of ‘Giving Tuesday’

Canada’s second annual ‘Giving Tuesday’, this week, was highlighted as a day when Canadians come together to celebrate giving back. In recognition of ‘Giving Tuesday’, the Prince Edward County Memorial Hospital Foundation was the appreciative recipient of gifts from two organizations.

Picton-Elks-presentation-group-photoMembers of the Foundation attended a gathering hosted by the Picton Elks who made presentations to the PECMH Foundation ($1,500), Hospice Prince Edward ($1,500), Picton United Church ($1,000) and University Hospitals Kingston Foundation ($2,000). The Elks raised the money through their Tuesday night bingo games. Pictured, from left, Shannon Coull on behalf of the University Hospitals Kingston Foundation, representatives from Picton United Church, Rev. Phil Hobbs and Debra Marshall, Leo Finnegan, chair of the PECMH Foundation, Hazel Lloyst, interim director of development with the PECMH Foundation and Nancy Parks, executive director of Hospice Prince Edward. Seated,  on behalf of the Elks, Jim Broad, chair of the bingo program and Jill Brooks, exalted ruler. Briar Boyce photo

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Scotiabank in Picton presented the Prince Edward County Memorial Hospital Foundation with $2,500 raised at their golf tournament. This past September, Scotiabank Ontario Central East division held its second annual golf tournament at Black Bear Ridge Golf Course in support of the hospital foundations in its region. The tournament raised more than $40,000 and Quinte Health Care Foundations saw $10,000 of that. The PECMH Foundation was proud to receive $2,500 of the $10,000 earmarked for QHC, which will be directed toward the purchase of priority medical equipment at Prince Edward County Memorial Hospital. Pictured from left, Ian Anderson, branch manager, Hazel Lloyst, interim director of development with the PECMH Foundation, Leo Finnegan, chair of the Foundation and Larry Matheson, retired Foundation director who golfed in the tournament alongside Leo and Don Stanton Sr. Briar Boyce photo

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