Clothes Company gives to Clearwater hospital

Volunteer-run thrift store donates money for new chairs

Clothes Company representatives Helen Heater (l) and Mary Stewart try out two new cachet chairs purchased recently.

Clothes Company representatives Helen Heater (l) and Mary Stewart try out two new cachet chairs purchased recently for Dr. Helmcken Memorial Hospital with a cheque from the thrift store. Standing with them is nursing services and care lead Lorelei Rogers.

The chairs, which are being used in the emergency room and laboratory, are built to new infection control standards.

The Clothes Company, which until recently was located in the former teacherage next to the schoolbus yard in Clearwater, is still looking for a new home, Stewart says.



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