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Flower power

The power of flowers is realized each time Nanaimo Regional General Hospital auxiliary volunteer Pat Partee dons her red jacket and begins to work her artistic magic with silk flowers, stuffed animals, exotic birds, and a variety of pots, baskets and vases.  Partee has been a member of the Nanaimo Auxiliary to NRGH for 30 years. - Photo contributed
The power of flowers is realized each time Nanaimo Regional General Hospital auxiliary volunteer Pat Partee dons her red jacket and begins to work her artistic magic with silk flowers, stuffed animals, exotic birds, and a variety of pots, baskets and vases. Partee has been a member of the Nanaimo Auxiliary to NRGH for 30 years.
— image credit: Photo contributed
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