In early July

Nelson area businesses and volunteers enhance Kalein Hospice Centre

Over the course of this past spring, Kalein Hospice Centre was able to renovate and upgrade its offices and assembly spaces

Over the course of this past spring, Kalein Hospice Centre was able to renovate and upgrade its offices and assembly spaces thanks to the generous donations of materials and labour and great generosity of heart, provided by the team of local Nelson businesses and contractors who came together to make the renovation happen.

In early July, members of the team gathered at the Centre to celebrate a job well done.

Kaleins board of directors is recognizing the following businesses who took part: Bruce Harrison Construction, Weiland Construction, Maglio Building Centre, Color Your World Paint & Wall Coverings, Arcovio Electric, Heartwood Custom Woodworking, Thiery Brionne Fine Woodworking, Superior Lighting & Bath, Kootenay Glass & Mirror, Jonathan Taylor, Allan Dodsworth and Family, and the “Menʼs Group” — Marcus Garvey, Bill Davis, Tom Dool, Mark Tinholt, Ico de Zwart, Brian Cutts, Mike Morrison, Simon Liddell, Don Willems.

 

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