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Grocery Supply Company becomes STAR supporter of Lights of Life campaign for third consecutive year

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For the third consecutive year, Grocery Supply Co. Inc. has graciously donated $10,000 to the Lights of Life campaign that helps create additions and improvements to the hospital.

“We are very blessed to have Mickey and Barbara McKenzie and GSC Inc. support us in our efforts on behalf of the hospital," said Craig Roberts, co-chair of this year’s campaign. “These are challenging economic times for everyone, and we are especially grateful for their continued support.”

“We invite everyone to join us for the official Lights of Life campaign kick-off on Tuesday, November 3rd, 10 a.m. in the lobby of Memorial Hospital. The campaign is gaining momentum as the committee has been working hard confirming sponsorships, planning the menu with caterer Eddie Deen/ and finalizing the decorations. Tickets are going fast so if you plan to attend, please call Jackie Thornton at the Foundation office, 903-438-4799 to reserve your spot," said Roberts.

Save the date: The lighting of the Lights of Life Christmas tree, will take place in The Gardens at Memorial. at 6 p.m. Thursday, Dec. 3. Please join us for a fun evening that includes the “Singing Physicians," music by the Sulphur Springs High School band, the arrival of Santa Claus, and cookies and hot chocolate.

 
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