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FINAL Chance to Purchase Brick Pavers

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oday, Wednesday, Sept. 23, is the LAST DAY to purchase brick pavers that are being installed on the new front entrance walkway at Memorial Hospital.

Brick pavers may be purchased in “honor” or “memory” of special friends, family and/or businesses. The cost is $50 each, so please call the Health Care Foundation now, 903-438-4799 to purchase your brick paver. The goal is to have the brick pavers installed by November 1st.

 
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