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Hike For Hospice raises $65,000 for McNally House

The Hike for Hospice in Grimsby was a huge success raising $65,000 for McNally House Hospice.

“Our goal this year was to raise $45, 000 and we are happy to announce that we reached a banner year and raised $65,000,” said McNally House administrative coordinator Amanda Black.

(L to R) Cathryn Quirk, Patricia Quirk, Sandra Kozlowski, Michelle Senior, Tonine Nixon, Julia Kozlowski, Cheryl Durney, Kass Graham, and Shelley Bourdeau at the Hike for Hospice on Sunday.
(L to R) Cathryn Quirk, Patricia Quirk, Sandra Kozlowski, Michelle Senior, Tonine Nixon, Julia Kozlowski, Cheryl Durney, Kass Graham, and Shelley Bourdeau at the Hike for Hospice on Sunday.

Everyone at McNally House would like to thank every-one who helped make this event a success.

“We would like to thank Sandy Vine and the Midnights for providing great pre and post hike entertainment, they set the mood for a great day,” Black said.

“We would also like to thank Trina Medves and Fit4Females for their gold sponsorship and for leading a great pre-hike warm up, we have never seen such great participation. A thank you also goes out to Zoi Ouzas for her gold sponsorship and to all of our other block sponsors! We are truly grateful to live in such a compassionate community!”

The event was held on Sunday, May 4, at Grimsby Secondary School.

The money raised goes to support the services provided at McNally House.

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