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Health drill

Sue Ryan, of the Nanaimo and District Hospital Foundation, receives a $500 donation from Ray Chamberlin, second from left, Don Trim and Clint Pringle of the Sabre Drill Unit of the Nanaimo Gizeh Shriners. The money goes toward the purchase of an endoscope for Nanaimo Regional General Hospital. - Photo contributed
Sue Ryan, of the Nanaimo and District Hospital Foundation, receives a $500 donation from Ray Chamberlin, second from left, Don Trim and Clint Pringle of the Sabre Drill Unit of the Nanaimo Gizeh Shriners. The money goes toward the purchase of an endoscope for Nanaimo Regional General Hospital.
— image credit: Photo contributed
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