Monday November 24, 2014


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Event benefits Hearthstone


(L-R) St. Paul’s United Church Women representative Shirley Andrist recently presented a cheque for $705 to Hearthstone Community Campaign administrative chair Don Kindopp. The money was raised through a freewill offering at an event organized by the women; Rev. Stewart Miller from Trinity Lutheran Church discussed his walk along the Camino de Santiago trail in Spain. More than $7.4 million has now been raised for the construction of a new nursing home in Estevan through Hearthstone. (Photo submitted)





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