News from around St. Marys.

McLean Taylor Donation

Over 20 employees from McLean Taylor Construction Ltd. were on hand in Rannoch Monday morning when the business presented a cheque for $200,000 to the St. Marys Memorial Hospital Foundation as part of the foundation’s ongoing Someone I Know Capital Campaign. President Scott Taylor, just to the left of the cheque, was joined by vice…

St. Marys hosts regional hospital auxiliaries conference Monday

St. Marys Memorial Hospital Auxiliary President Larry Beattie, second from left, is pictured alongside Perth—Wellington MP John Nater, Perth—Wellington MPP Randy Pettapiece, Hospital Auxiliary Association of Ontario (HAAO) President Marion Saunders, Town of St. Marys Mayor Al Strathdee, HAAO South Central Region Chair Joan Chesney and HPHA President and CEO Andrew Williams. These dignitaries and…

Timmy drinkers be careful!

Contamination “no threat” Because of the construction work starting this week Tim Hortons customers must use Peel Street whether they are going in for a coffee or are going through the drive through. The entrance/exit on Queen Street will be closed to traffic and the only access will be on Peel Street. This will be…

Lawyers on the move

New home for “Health and Wellness” The building that houses lawyers Ron White and Stephen McCotter, on the corner of Water and Jones, has been purchased by Avery Gazel, who manages ‘Avery’s Health and Wellness”. Gazel purchased the building from Lorne Eedy. As a result, the two lawyers are moving their offices to a new…

Hospital Auxiliary donates “Triple Pump”

Pictured alongside the new Baxter Colleague 3 “Triple Pump” Monday were president of the Auxiliary Larry Beattie, hospital manager Jane Rundle, Dr. Chuck Gatfield, HPHA President and CEO Andrew Williams, Registered Nurses Frances Taylor and Marcy Taylor, and Personal Support Worker Katie McNaughton. By Dan Rankin Funding from the St. Marys Memorial Hospital Auxiliary has…