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GSC Inc., Mickey McKenzie, and the HCMH Volunteer Auxiliary were recognized during the Lights of Life Kick-off on Tuesday for their generous contribution again this year as a Star Sponsors.

The Volunteer Auxiliary has graciously donated $10,000 each year since the beginning of the campaign, and GSC has been a STAR sponsor for the last three years.

“The Volunteers are excited that the money raised this year will help the hospital purchase a digital mammography machine for the radiology department.” said Jane Sutton, president of the volunteer organization.

HCMH directors and administrators say they are thankful to all the 43 volunteers for their generous contribution.

 
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