Gerry Beaulieu needs a little help

Gerry Beaulieu is in Prince George Regional Hospital and her family is in need of spiritual and financial help

Gerry Beaulieu is fighting for her life in the intensive care unit at Prince George Regional Hospital.

Geraldine Beaulieu (Gerry) is fighting for her life in the intensive care unit of Prince George Regional Hospital. She is an amazing woman, full of strength, courage, resilience, love and passion.

She can use all the love the public can generate as she courageously battles for her life and her love of living.

Her family is reaching out to the public to let them know she needs their help both spiritually and financially. Come to the parking lot across from the arena and purchase one of her famous Gerr’s Donairs on Saturday, Nov. 1. Bring all the positive energy to the Beaulieu-Smith Clan who will be there serving up the delicious seasoned beef wrapped in mozza cheese and tomato with a delightful secret sauce in a warm pita for just $8 each. And for the bigger appetites, for just $10, get the Buffalo Bill donair.

The family is also accepting donations on behalf of Gerry. Visit www.gofundme.com/loveforgerry if you’d like to help out a wonderful lady in the fight of her life.

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