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'Stay at Home Tea' to benefit Hospital Auxiliary scholarships

 

Last updated 3/5/2009 at Noon

Fallbrook Hospital Auxiliary members (top row, from left) Hanh DeMore, Esther Johnson, Anne Richter, (bottom row, from left) Carol Faw, Jeannine Savage and Betty Long stuff envelopes for the

FALLBROOK — Fallbrook Hospital Auxiliary’s annual “Stay at Home Tea” is underway. Hundreds of teabags went into the mail at the beginning of February with an invitation to enjoy a cup of tea and a request for a donation to the auxiliary’s scholarship fund.

Last year, the auxiliary provided $35,000 in scholarships to Fallbrook Union High School graduates and those continuing their education in the healthcare field. The scholarship fund also receives monies raised at the annual Holiday Table Settings luncheon held at the Grand Tradition and from profits at the hospital gift shop....



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