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Comfort for kids

Shauna Kazeil, of Nanaimo Regional General Hospital’s pediatric unit, right, accepts a $500 cheque from members of B.C. Hydro Power Pioneers. Over the past two years, the ladies have delivered almost $1,000 to NRGH as well as countless knit slippers and finger puppets to add to the comfort children experience while staying at hospital. - Photo contributed
Shauna Kazeil, of Nanaimo Regional General Hospital’s pediatric unit, right, accepts a $500 cheque from members of B.C. Hydro Power Pioneers. Over the past two years, the ladies have delivered almost $1,000 to NRGH as well as countless knit slippers and finger puppets to add to the comfort children experience while staying at hospital.
— image credit: Photo contributed
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