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A weighty donation

From left, Campbell River and District Adult Care Society’s Pam Mann (nurse administrator), and Tina Bailey (financial administrator), test out a brand-new weighing chair with client Melda Clark. The chair was purchased with a $1,167 donation from Marine Harvest, initiated by Marine Harvest’s Ian Roberts (far right). Roberts recently toured the facility, and touched by the work done at the care society, wanted to help. The new chair is much safer and comfortable for seniors when it comes time for a weigh-in. - Kristen Douglas/The Mirror
From left, Campbell River and District Adult Care Society’s Pam Mann (nurse administrator), and Tina Bailey (financial administrator), test out a brand-new weighing chair with client Melda Clark. The chair was purchased with a $1,167 donation from Marine Harvest, initiated by Marine Harvest’s Ian Roberts (far right). Roberts recently toured the facility, and touched by the work done at the care society, wanted to help. The new chair is much safer and comfortable for seniors when it comes time for a weigh-in.
— image credit: Kristen Douglas/The Mirror

From left, Campbell River and District Adult Care Society’s Pam Mann (nurse administrator), and Tina Bailey (financial administrator), test out a brand-new weighing chair with client Melda Clark. The chair was purchased with a $1,167 donation from Marine Harvest, initiated by Marine Harvest’s Ian Roberts (far right). Roberts recently toured the facility, and touched by the work done at the care society, wanted to help. The new chair is much safer and comfortable for seniors when it comes time for a weigh-in.

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