Eastern Star made donation to local Hospice group

Quesnel & District Hospice Palliative Care Association gets funds to help purchase ice dispenser

Eastern Star Worthy Matron Honey Affleck has been busy fundraising to help the Quesnel & District Hospice Palliative Care Association purchase an ice dispenser for the Hospice unit. Eastern Star was at the Dairy Queen and had a scrapbooking day to raise $725 and is waiting for the results of a Tupperware party. Hospice board members Gary Horley, back row left, Sherry Webster and Diane Devries, far right; and Liz Neave, front row left, Louise Scott, Ellen (Honey) Affleck, Carol Weremy and Barb Watson posed for the presentation. Missing were Sandy Brunt, Dwayne McKerlie and Crystal Smith.

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