Light up the hospital

Kootenay Lake Hospital Foundation's pledge day takes place on Decmber 5 at the Chahko Mika Mall.

On Friday, December 5, Kootenay Lake Hospital Foundation is presenting Light Up the Hospital Pledge Day!

The public can join organizers from 10 a.m. to 5 pm at the Chahko Mika Mall’s Winter Wonderland to enjoy the music of local choirs, buy a ticket to win a diamond necklace donated by Ted Allen’s Jewellery, and say hello to foundation volunteers.

All proceeds from this event will help to purchase Wireless Digital X-ray Equipment for Kootenay Lake Hospital.

Please visit or call 250-354-2334 for more information.

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