Rimbey Hospital Ladies Auxiliary were presented with a $4,905 cheque from EQUS to go towards the purchase of an ice machine for long term care patients at the hospital. Pictured holding the cheque are Pam Scott, vice president of the Ladies Auxiliary, Chantel Decker from EQUS, Brenda White, president of the the Ladies Auxiliary, Sharla Hull, long term care manager and Linda Greff, Alberta health Services area manager. EUIS raised the funds through a program called Operation Round-Up. Treena Mielke Photo

Rimbey Hospital Auxiliary Ladies donate to longterm care

EQUS helps out ladies group

Rimbey Hospital Ladies Auxiliary were presented with a $4,905 cheque from EQUS to go towards the purchase of an ice machine for long term care patients at the hospital. Pictured holding the cheque are Pam Scott, vice president of the Ladies Auxiliary, Chantel Decker from EQUS, Brenda White, president of the the Ladies Auxiliary, Sharla Hull, long term care manager and Linda Greff, Alberta health Services area manager. EUIS raised the funds through a program called Operation Round-Up. Treena Mielke Photo

EQUS helps out ladies group

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