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  • Writer's pictureThe Beagle

Moruya District Hospital Auxiliary

Moruya District Hospital Auxiliary held its AGM recently and the Executive were re-elected:  President  Julie Corkin, Secretary Kath Smith, Treasurer Chris Smith and 2 Vice Presidents Anne Moylan and Lyn Rixon.  

Above: from left to right Chris Smith Treasurer, Julie Corkin President, Lyn Rixon  Vice President, Leanne Ovington Director of Nursing & Midwifery Moruya & Batemans Bay Hospitals and Kath Smith Secretary, 2nd Vice President Anne Moylan not at meeting or in picture. With donations and fundraising in the financial year ending 30 June 2019,  the Auxiliary gifted to  Moruya District Hospital items on their "Wish List" totalling $122,477.36 for equipment and facilities throughout all departments of the hospital for the comfort and care of patients.   Our thanks go to the community for their ongoing support which allows us to support the patients and staff at our hospital.   All items purchased by the Auxiliary remain at Moruya Hospital. Our next big fundraising event is the annual  2 day  Book Fair at  Shop 8, 65 Queen St Moruya (opposite Woolworths and alongside Moruya Furniture) -       Friday 2 August 9.00am to 3.00pm & Saturday 3 August 9.00am to 1.00pm.  Great books in excellent condition, nothing over $5 .  Thank you to the community for their  book donations, we no longer need any more books we are at our capacity. Saturday will include a stall with  jams, pickles, relishes, sauces and some great beanies, bed socks and scarves for sale to help you get through this cold Winter. Donations over $2 are tax deductable.  100% of all donations to the Auxiliary is used to purchase equipment for Moruya District Hospital & Community Health. Check out our website:      Volunteering is fun and it's wonderful to be part of such an organisation.


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