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Foundation gets funding

A happy group acknowledges some significant donations at the local health centre in Castlegar on Dec. 7. Two cheques are being presented to Dan Salekin, chair of the Castlegar and District Hospital Foundation, by Nettie Stupnikoff, president of the foundation
A happy group acknowledges some significant donations at the local health centre in Castlegar on Dec. 7. Two cheques are being presented to Dan Salekin, chair of the Castlegar and District Hospital Foundation, by Nettie Stupnikoff, president of the foundation's auxiliary. One cheque, for $6,000, will go toward the acquistion of an electro cardiogram machine, the other, for 18,000, is for a space lab cardiac monitor. Also pictured are. from left: Auxilary volunteer Polly Chernoff, auxiliary members Colleen and Jim Gourley, foundation secretary Bev Chernoff, auxiliary volunteer Martha Grieves, and foundation board member Caroline Kavaloff. Jim Sinclair photo
— image credit: Jim Sinclair

Castlegar and District Hospital Foundation Auxiliary steps up with strong financial support for the greater health care of local residents.

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