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Cranbrook Pest Control gives to Starlite CampaignPosted: December 6, 2011
Above photo: Cornelius Murphy (far right-owner) and Norm Dean of Cranbrook Pest Control pose with Donna Grainger, East Kootenay Foundation for Health executive director to present a $500 cheque for the Starlite Campaign.
The gift is given to the regional hospital foundation as a ‘thank you for the business’ that the company receives from customers throughout the East Kootenay Region. This Starlite donation will be directed towards the fundraising effort to bring a digital stereotactic mammography unit to the East Kootenay Regional Hospital.
Earlier this year, Cranbrook Pest Control also showed its appreciation for clients living in the Columbia Valley with a Hole Sponsorship for the Celebrating Health Care Golf Tournament which resulted in the purchase of an infant fetal monitor for the Invermere & District Hospital.
The beauty of the stars atop the East Kootenay Regional Hospital roofline mean many things to many people, thanks just being one of them. To make a donation visit www.ekfh.ca.
Photo courtesy East Kootenay Foundation for HealthTags: Cornelius MurphyCranbrook Pest ControlDonna GraingerEast Kootenay Foundation for HealthEast Kootenay Regional HospitalStarlite Campaign
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