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Hospital Auxiliary holds 'Stay at Home Tea'


Last updated 2/14/2008 at Noon

Hospital Auxiliary volunteers (from left) Esther Johnson, co-director of fundraising, Jeannine Savage and D

Five hundred tea bags went into the mail February 1 with an invitation to enjoy a cup of tea during the Fallbrook Hospital Auxiliary’s annual “Stay at Home Tea” and a request for a donation to the Auxiliary’s Scholarship Fund.

The fund, which last year provided $30,000 in scholarships to Fallbrook High School graduates and those continuing their education in the healthcare field, also receives monies raised at the Holiday Table Settings luncheon at the Grand Tradition and from profits at the Hospital Gift Shop.

To support the fundraising effort, send donations to Fallbrook Hospita...

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