Clarence Valley Independent

Maclean Lower Clarence Hospital Auxiliary

The cheque presentation. Image: contributed

Recently the Maclean Lower Clarence Hospital Auxiliary was pleased to receive a cheque for $4300 from the Yamba Bowling and Recreation Club. This will go into the fund to buy a new ultrasound machine for Maclean District Hospital which has now reached $105,000.

The auxiliary will have a stall at the Maclean markets on Saturday October 12 and members are asked to supply goods to sell.

The next meeting of the auxiliary will be on Monday October 21 at 2pm in the conference room of Community Health at Maclean District Hospital. New members are welcome.

Maggie Combley

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