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Help for hospice

Members of the Peace Arch Rotary Club and the White Rock South Surrey Hospice pose with a cheque for $25,000 donated to the hospice society, raised with proceeds from the Hospice Noel Fundraising Dinner and Auction on Nov. 22. The funds will be used toward building a much-needed Hospice Supportive Care Centre in the future. - Contributed photo
Members of the Peace Arch Rotary Club and the White Rock South Surrey Hospice pose with a cheque for $25,000 donated to the hospice society, raised with proceeds from the Hospice Noel Fundraising Dinner and Auction on Nov. 22. The funds will be used toward building a much-needed Hospice Supportive Care Centre in the future.
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Members of the Peace Arch Rotary Club and the White Rock South Surrey Hospice pose with a cheque for $25,000 donated to the hospice society, raised with proceeds from the Hospice Noel Fundraising Dinner and Auction on Nov. 22. The funds will be used toward building a much-needed Hospice Supportive Care Centre in the future.

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