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Equipment donation greatly appreciated

Back row from left to right; Donna Zimmer Frolek, Unit Clerk; Tanya Cameron, LPN; Cecelia McCarthy and resident Louise Grove (front) from Good Samaritan Societies Village By The Station shows off their new bladder scanner. - Photo submitted to the Penticton Western News
Back row from left to right; Donna Zimmer Frolek, Unit Clerk; Tanya Cameron, LPN; Cecelia McCarthy and resident Louise Grove (front) from Good Samaritan Societies Village By The Station shows off their new bladder scanner.
— image credit: Photo submitted to the Penticton Western News

Good Samaritan Societies at Village By The Station show off their new bladder scanner, which was donated by the British Columbia Eagles Club.

The equipment cost $18,600 and is a huge benefit to the Village’s residents.

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