Thanks to volunteers, Coops for help with Hospice drive

Dear Editor, Hospice extends a heartfelt thank you to the volunteers and our local Co-ops that made last the Hospice membership drive in Ucluelet and Tofino possible. We are extremely grateful to the Ucluelet and Tofino Co-ops for hosting and to Carole Gagne, Natalee Dennis, George Walkem, Sarah Duncan, Deb Crocker, Joe Kranabetter, Erin Irwin, Jan Rodgers, Sally Mole, Cathy Whitcomb, Marla Thirsk, Maggie Brown, Allie Bonner, Signy Cohen, Shirley Martin and Laurel Irving for volunteering at the Hospice 2014 membership drive. A special “Way to go Ukee!” whose volunteers signed up 2 ½ more members than Tofino!

Thank you to Signy Cohen and Mishele Gagne who organized the membership drives.

With sincere gratitude, Pacific Rim Hospice Society

Kim Hoag, Executive Director

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