Saugeen Hospice Inc. holds first annual meeting

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GREY-BRUCE – Saugeen Hospice Inc. held its first annual meeting Monday evening, July 26, electronically.

Carl Kuhnke said over 75 people attended, including representatives from all levels of government – Huron-Bruce MP Ben Lobb, Bruce-Grey-Owen Sound MP Alex Ruff, Huron-Bruce MPP Lisa Thompson, Brockton Mayor Chris Peabody and two members of Brockton council – James Lang and Kym Hutcheon.

Both Kuhnke and Lang are on the new 12-person board of directors, representing the Brockton-South Bruce-Hanover area. All bring a wealth of experience in the business and volunteer sectors. The other members are Ken Brown, Elaine Burrow, Brenda Campbell, Kelly Fotheringham, Ed King, Francis-Joseph Gross, Edyth Oberle, Sandra Schreinert, Steven Travale and Shannon Wood.

Kunke said the group is in the process of getting charitable status.

A bank account has been set up for those who want to make sure their donation goes to ensuring a hospice is built in the south part of Grey-Bruce that will serve local communities. Tax receipts will be issued upon achieving charitable status.

Additional details will be in next week’s Walkerton Herald-Times.

Pauline Kerr, Local Journalism Initiative Reporter, The Walkerton Herald Times

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