In the media


11/01/2021

Williams Lake residents open their hearts, wallets for Cariboo Memorial Hospital Foundation

Re/Max Williams Lake Realty donated $7,175 this holiday season to the Cariboo Memorial Hospital Foundation. Pictured, from left to right, are Pauline Smith and Court Smith of REMAX Williams Lake Realty presenting the cheque to Cariboo Memorial Hospital Foundation Directors, Joy Hennig, Tammy Tugnum and Rick Nelson. Contributing realtors included Lynda Colgate, Dana Lynn Favel, George Best, Ryan Best, Geordie Moore, Lauren Moore, Marian Gibb, Kevin Brown, Pauline Smith and Court Smith.

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18/01/2020

Cariboo Foundation Trust desires to ‘refresh’ maternity equipment at CMH

Long regarded as the soiree of Williams Lake, the annual Gala held at Sacred Heart Elementary this year sold out months in advance. Bringing together long-time hospital donors, members of the community and the medical professionals of lakecity, it was a night of good cheer, good food and good company. (Photo Patric Davis, Williams Lake Tribune.)

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24/11/2019

Cariboo Foundation Hospital Gala draws hundreds and raises thousands

It was another night of fellowship in the spirit of giving back as lakecity locals of all stripes donated at the Cariboo Foundation Hospital Trust’s annual gala on Saturday, Nov. 23. (Photo Patrick Davis, Williams Lake Tribune.)

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19/11/2019

Charitable donations help Cariboo Memorial Hospital

Karl and Reta Seibert donate $2,000 to Richard Nelson of the Cariboo Foundation Hospital Trust recently. Nelson said the donation is greatly appreciated and will go toward the purchase of specialized beds for babies in distress in the maternity ward at Cariboo Memorial Hospital. (Photo Angie Mindus, Williams Lake Tribune.)

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18/11/2018

Hospital gala amazes and surprises, surpassing fundraising goals

Long regarded as the soiree of Williams Lake, the annual Gala held at Sacred Heart Elementary this year sold out months in advance. Bringing together long-time hospital donors, members of the community and the medical professionals of lakecity, it was a night of good cheer, good food and good company. (Photo Patric Davis, Williams Lake Tribune.)

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