Month: May 2015

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Crop Out Cancer

On Saturday May 16 over 42 people gathered for a day of fun, fellowship, and learning, all while raising over $2,600 to support the Aberdeen Health Foundation for the Oncology Unit – Client Fund. Annie Corbin and Elaine MacKenzie have spent countless hours preparing for this fun-filled day, which included lessons in scrap booking and card…

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Teaching Generosity, Living by Example

Don & Margaret Cameron were both born in Pictou County in 1920. They were born into quite different circumstances. Don was born in Scotsburn to Aubrey and Nancy (MacBain) Cameron. He was the youngest of six children. Don’s family were buffeted by the economic decline in rural Pictou County between the wars. His family was very poor….

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Blood Pressure: Why Should I Know My Numbers?

Join Dr. John Hamm as he hosts an evening dedicated to blood pressure. Several other health care practitioners from different areas of expertise will also contribute to the discussion – physician, pharmacist, dietitian, social worker, and physiotherapist. Learn how to manage your blood pressure, have your blood pressure checked, and make a plan. There will…

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Bassinets for Babies

Today is McHappy Day and the team at McDonald’s in New Glasgow is working hard and giving back to their community by  promoting donations to the Aberdeen Health Foundation for the Women & Children’s Unit to help fund new bassinets for our babies. Pictured left to right are staff from New Glasgow McDonald’s:  Michelle Coreoran, Doris…

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