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Charity shoot helps hospital

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May 05, 2018

Seymour Field and Game president Peter Murphy and secretary Alison Coombs, Seymour Health, deputy chief executive officer Jo Cavill, nursing unit manager Trish Knight, and chief executive officer Chris McDonnell.

Seymour Field & Game held a special event on Saturday, April 7 at its grounds at Avenel.

A 100-target event was held and 149 enthusiastic clay target shooters turned up to raise money for Seymour Health.

Through consultation with key staff at the hospital, it was decided the aim was to raise $4000 to buy two new Vital Signs monitors for the Acute Ward and the Urgent Care Centre.

These valuable pieces of equipment are currently shared around the hospital so the club hoped to raise the money to keep Seymour Health’s great work going.

It was a successful day, and with the generosity of sponsors and many donations (Rodwells of Shepparton, Hall’s Jewellers of Seymour, GB Corsivia, Bungle Boori, the Coffee on the Go van and Body Shop Products at Home), the club was able to present Seymour Health with a cheque for $4117.25.

A huge thank you to all those who participated and the wonderful volunteers who made the day so successful.

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