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April 23, 2008

Thomasville-- This is the 49th year the Archbold Memorial Hospital Auxillary held their tea fundraiser.   Hundreds of people came out to enjoy tea and the architecture of one of Thomasville's most beautiful homes.

The event brings is money for much needed projects and equipment for the hospital.  "This year we're raising money for a Staxi's system for wheel chairs which are important for transportation throughout the hospital encology and an important instrument in the ER for sexually assaulted children," explains Beverly Gee, Chairperson for the fundraiser.

Last year the event raised $26,000 and they're hoping to bring in even more money this year.

 

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