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Crystal Ball raises $60,000 in support of OSMH

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The 15th annual Hospital Gala, the Crystal Ball, raised $60,000 in support of the Orillia Soldiers’ Memorial Hospital’s (OSMH) Paediatric/Neonatal Intensive Care Unit (NICU) project. Hosted by the OSMH Foundation and Casino Rama Resort on Friday, Oct. 14, funds were raised through ticket sales, sponsorship, and a live and silent auction. From left to right, Natasha Borutski, public relations co-ordinator with Casino Rama Resort, Jenna Hunter, director of public relations with Casino Rama Resort, John Cameron, board chair for the OSMH Foundation, Pat Campbell, president and CEO with OSMH and Nicole McCahon, executive director with the OSMH Foundation.

Submitted The 15th annual Hospital Gala, the Crystal Ball, raised $60,000 in support of the Orillia Soldiers’ Memorial Hospital’s (OSMH) Paediatric/Neonatal Intensive Care Unit (NICU) project. Hosted by the OSMH Foundation and Casino Rama Resort on Friday, Oct. 14, funds were raised through ticket sales, sponsorship, and a live and silent auction. From left to right, Natasha Borutski, public relations co-ordinator with Casino Rama Resort, Jenna Hunter, director of public relations with Casino Rama Resort, John Cameron, board chair for the OSMH Foundation, Pat Campbell, president and CEO with OSMH and Nicole McCahon, executive director with the OSMH Foundation.

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The 15th annual Hospital Gala, the Crystal Ball, raised $60,000 in support of the Orillia Soldiers’ Memorial Hospital’s (OSMH) Paediatric/Neonatal Intensive Care Unit (NICU) project. Hosted by the OSMH Foundation and Casino Rama Resort on Friday, Oct. 14, funds were raised through ticket sales, sponsorship, and a live and silent auction. From left to right, Natasha Borutski, public relations co-ordinator with Casino Rama Resort, Jenna Hunter, director of public relations with Casino Rama Resort, John Cameron, board chair for the OSMH Foundation, Pat Campbell, president and CEO with OSMH and Nicole McCahon, executive director with the OSMH Foundation. 



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