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Walmart donates to pediatric ward

Walmart manager, Dallas Schaffel, and Walmart store associates present Christine Magyar (left) and Sara Jolie (right) nurses with the East Kootenay Regional Hospital pediatric ward a cheque for $640.25. Store associate Carolin Hockley collected bottles from the staff room and also presented an additional $92.00 to Sara and Christine. - Photo Darcy Wiebe
Walmart manager, Dallas Schaffel, and Walmart store associates present Christine Magyar (left) and Sara Jolie (right) nurses with the East Kootenay Regional Hospital pediatric ward a cheque for $640.25. Store associate Carolin Hockley collected bottles from the staff room and also presented an additional $92.00 to Sara and Christine.
— image credit: Photo Darcy Wiebe

Working together, customers and associates of Walmart are making things a little easier for patients at the local pediatric ward.

Money was raised by Walmart associates, customers and matched dollar for dollar by head office Walmart. The money raised will go towards the purchase of toys for the pediatric ward.

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