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The Mountain and District Lions Club has generously donated $25,000 to the KDH Foundation CT Scanner Crossroads Campaign. Margret Norenberg, KDH Foundation Chair (left) and Frank Vassallo, KDH CEO (right) were very pleased to receive the gift from Lions member, Nathan Lang, at their March Lions Club meeting. Thank you, Mountain Lions, for your wonderful Campaign support!
Chief of Staff, Dr. Colin Sentongo and KDH Foundation Board Chair, Margret Norenberg, were delighted to receive a gift of $50,000 for the CT Scanner Crossroads Campaign from Mary Taggart, on behalf of the Taggart Parkes Foundation which is committed to fostering healthy communities, with an emphasis on improving health care services. Dr. Sentongo expressed his deep appreciation, “The entire…
KDH Foundation Board Chair, Margret Norenberg, along with Kristy Carriere, KDH Foundation Coordinator, were delighted to receive a donation for the CT Scanner Crossroads Campaign from Josh Kardish, Senior Vice President of eQuinelle Homes Ltd. Supporting charitable endeavours in eQuinelle communities aligns with the company’s mission to enhance lives by crafting exceptional places to live, work and play and their…
Kemptville Mount Zion 28 Masonic Lodge hosted their 45th Wild Game Dinner on February 24 at the North Grenville Municipal Centre. The evening included a $2,000 cheque presentation to the Kemptville District Hospital (KDH) Foundation CT Scanner Crossroads Campaign, with a five-year pledge of $10,000. Attending the event were Foundation Executive Director, Joanne Mavis, and Kristy Carriere, Foundation Co-ordinator, who…
Kristy Carriere, Coordinator, Kemptville District Hospital Foundation, was delighted to recently welcome visitors to the office who were bearing gifts. Representatives from the Bishop’s Mills Women Involved and the Kemptville Men’s Choir brought donations from their two respective events - a “non-auction” and a Christmas concert. These donations will help the Foundation move towards the $2.2 million goal to purchase…
First published in Manotick MessengerFebruary 23, 2024By Ralph Tweedie, Manotick Kiwanis Club Are you aware how convenient the Kemptville District Hospital (KDH) is? The KDH catchment area runs from the St. Lawrence River to parts of Barrhaven. Manotick is just 22 minutes from KDH. It’s closer than the Ottawa General campus, about the same time to the Civic, and a…
Towards the end of 2023, MNP LLP Ottawa (Accounting, Business Consulting and Tax Services) decided to create a Community Fund and asked its Partners to suggest causes of interest. One of the Partners, Shawn Mincoff - also a Kemptville District Hospital (KDH) Board Director - strongly suggested that they donate to the KDH CT Scanner Crossroads $2.2 million Campaign. He…
Kathy Botham of YourTV speaks with Joanne, Foundation Executive Director and Lynne from the Kemptville District Hospital Foundation about their fundraising efforts to purchase a CT Scanner for KDH.
Early last December, Petra McElrea invited some people over to her house to see her latest charming, hand-knitted dolls and illustrated companion book, titled, “Very Special Christmas Guests at the Magic Dollhouse”. The soft dolls, loaded with personality, measure 30-35 cm tall and include knitted shoes, hats and accessories. Photographs of the dolls comprise the story book illustrations which look…
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