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Shared: Penetanguishene’s new five-bed residential hospice still needs funding

Shared: Penetanguishene’s new five-bed residential hospice still needs funding

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Although construction on a new five-bed residential hospice is already underway, another $900,000 is still needed to cover the build, furniture and operational costs.

In May, with $4.1-million of the $5-million goal already raised, Hospice Huronia officials green-lit the project and…

Read Full Simcoe.com Story: Penetanguishene’s new five-bed residential hospice still needs funding

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