Sunday November 23, 2014


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More support for new nursing home


New Estevan Regional Nursing Home committee chair Don Kindopp and Hearthstone Community Campaign chair Vern Buck accept a cheque from Luther Care CEO Vivienne Hauck.

The residents of Trinity Tower, and the parent organization for the building, are the latest supporters to step forward with donations to the Hearthstone Community Campaign.

Trinity Tower residents raised a total of $3,271.50 through fundraisers. Many residents made personal contributions to Hearthstone, and there was a soup and sandwich sale. 

Luther Care, which operates Trinity Tower, vowed to match the donations, up to a total of $2,500.

Total support came to $5,771.50.

Hearthstone is fundraising for the construction of a new nursing home in Estevan. It has raised more than $7.4 million thus far; it has to raise $8 million, or 20 per cent of the estimated cost of a new nursing home.




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