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CBF holds annual meeting

HOISINGTON — The Clara Barton Hospital Foundation held its annual meeting this week, and the reports were primarily positive.

Executive Director Michelle Moshier reported that the membership drive grossed the most funds ever. A Total Body Exerciser and a Pulmonary Function Testing Unit was purchased for respiratory therapy with some proceeds.

In addition, with the proceeds of the 2011 Golf Benefit , three cardiac monitors and a sonic blood pressure cuff was purchased for the EKG treadmill.

Contributions were made to the scholarship funds.

Three flat screen televisions for patients rooms, a train the trainer device and an infusion chair were purchased ...

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