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Irish Society gives hospital a lift

Shown in the photo above (L-R) are: Gerry Walker, chairman of the Brandon Regional Health Centre Foundation board of directors; John Arrell, vice-president and treasurer with the Irish Society of Western Manitoba; Sheila, Marie and Robin Hamilton; Kim Wallis, program manager with Ambulatory Care Clinics; and Judy Richardson.

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Shown in the photo above (L-R) are: Gerry Walker, chairman of the Brandon Regional Health Centre Foundation board of directors; John Arrell, vice-president and treasurer with the Irish Society of Western Manitoba; Sheila, Marie and Robin Hamilton; Kim Wallis, program manager with Ambulatory Care Clinics; and Judy Richardson.

Thanks to the generosity of the Irish Society of Western Manitoba, the Brandon Regional Health Centre Foundation received $6,000 for the purchase of a "ceiling lift" for the dialysis department at the Brandon Regional Health Centre, in memory of Brian Hamilton.

Frank Arndt, right, owner of myITsource.ca & Corral Communications, hands Chuck Elliott, fundraising campaign chair for the United Way, a cheque for $2,500 on behalf of the staff at Corral Communications and myITsource.ca

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Frank Arndt, right, owner of myITsource.ca & Corral Communications, hands Chuck Elliott, fundraising campaign chair for the United Way, a cheque for $2,500 on behalf of the staff at Corral Communications and myITsource.ca (SUBMITTED PHOTO)

The lift, that runs along ceiling tracks and is operated by remote control, will assist both patients and staff during dialysis procedures.

This donation, part of the Irish Society’s proceeds from their Lieutenant Governor’s Winter Festival pavilion, demonstrates another community partnership assisting the foundation to achieve its mission "to raise funds to support health-care needs in the regional community."

Republished from the Brandon Sun print edition November 8, 2012

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Thanks to the generosity of the Irish Society of Western Manitoba, the Brandon Regional Health Centre Foundation received $6,000 for the purchase of a "ceiling lift" for the dialysis department at the Brandon Regional Health Centre, in memory of Brian Hamilton.

The lift, that runs along ceiling tracks and is operated by remote control, will assist both patients and staff during dialysis procedures.

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Thanks to the generosity of the Irish Society of Western Manitoba, the Brandon Regional Health Centre Foundation received $6,000 for the purchase of a "ceiling lift" for the dialysis department at the Brandon Regional Health Centre, in memory of Brian Hamilton.

The lift, that runs along ceiling tracks and is operated by remote control, will assist both patients and staff during dialysis procedures.

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