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Tea party raises funds for hospice

An Easter tea organized by longtime hospice volunteer and cancer survivor Jean Walker (centre) raised $500. - Contributed photo
An Easter tea organized by longtime hospice volunteer and cancer survivor Jean Walker (centre) raised $500.
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Residents of the Stratford Gardens complex in South Surrey raised more than $500 for the White Rock South Surrey Hospice Society, at an Easter tea organized by longtime hospice volunteer and cancer survivor Jean Walker.

Many residents donned Easter bonnets for the third annual event.

 

 

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