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For the kids

For the kids: Members of the Campbell River and Daybreak Rotary clubs raised $10,000 during the annual March For Children fundraiser in December. On Monday, they donated it all to the Campbell River Hospital Foundation which is using the money to buy dental equipment. The equipment will be used for children and special needs patients who undergo delicate dental procedures in the operating room. From the left are Graham Stewart, Todd Peachey, Stacey Marsh of the hospital foundation, Myra Egan (clinical co-ordinator of the operating room) and David Tees. - Paul Rudan/The Mirror
For the kids: Members of the Campbell River and Daybreak Rotary clubs raised $10,000 during the annual March For Children fundraiser in December. On Monday, they donated it all to the Campbell River Hospital Foundation which is using the money to buy dental equipment. The equipment will be used for children and special needs patients who undergo delicate dental procedures in the operating room. From the left are Graham Stewart, Todd Peachey, Stacey Marsh of the hospital foundation, Myra Egan (clinical co-ordinator of the operating room) and David Tees.
— image credit: Paul Rudan/The Mirror
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