Kate Fox newly elected as BCAHA area representative

Past-President of Cranbrook Health Care Auxiliary joins Association of Health Care Auxiliaries

Kate Fox (left)

Kate Fox (left), Past President of the Cranbrook Health Care Auxiliary, is the new Area Representative for the East Kootenays to the British Columbia Association of Health Care Auxiliaries (BCAHA) Board of Directors. Fox is pictured with Jason Giesbrecht, East Kootenay Acute Area Director and Health Services Director, and Margaret Dawson, President of the BCAHA, shortly after Kate’s election to the position. Kate’s job will require her to promote education, leadership,  communication, and exchange information and ideas amongst its members. This in turn will support Auxiliaries to reach their goals and objectives of fund raising for their respective healthcare facilities. Kate’s election and appointment took place at the East Kootenay Area Conference and Annual General Meeting held in Kimberley September 29th, 2012. The East Kootenay Region, comprised of five Auxiliaries donated $453,893.00 plus $9,042 in bursaries in 2011..

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