THE Tweed Hospital AUXILIARY members, Mary Ranger, Ena Seward, June Young, Carolle Dillner and Winifred Hill, with medical equi
THE Tweed Hospital AUXILIARY members, Mary Ranger, Ena Seward, June Young, Carolle Dillner and Winifred Hill, with medical equi

100,000 reasons to be proud



THE Tweed Hospital Auxiliary has again collected $100,000 from its annual fundraising efforts.

Hospital chief Trish Hogan is now deciding how the money, raised throughout 2005, can best be spent.

Auxiliary president Mary Ranger yesterday thanked everyone who had donated to the hospital last year, especially supporters of the annual fete and fashion parade, and the cafeteria and gift shop, organised and operated by the auxiliary's 180 members.

The Tweed Hospital Auxiliary was awarded a special certificate for reaching the $100,000 fundraising mark at the United Hospital Auxiliaries of NSW recent State conference in Dubbo.

Last year was the second successive year the Tweed Hospital Auxiliary was awarded a conference certifi- cate for raising $100,000.



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