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Aug 12, 2014  |  Vote 0    0

Dundas Royal Canadian Legion Poppy Fund provides place of refuge at Juravinski Hospital and Cancer Centre

Ancaster News

The Royal Canadian Legion Branch 36 Poppy Fund is making a difference in the lives of families whose loved ones are undergoing treatment at Juravinski Hospital and Cancer Centre.

For the past three years, a total of $45,000 has been donated from the Poppy Fund to the Juravinski centre, and chairman Jim Byron was recently invited to unveil a plaque dedicating a room at the centre and recognizing the fund’s contributions. The plaque is located outside a Quiet Room near the emergency and intensive care areas.

The Quiet Room is a place of refuge that recognizes the need for communication and family conversations at a critical time in the life of a loved one.

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