Lions help KinVillage get a new 'sleeper chair'

A new “sleeper chair” is proudly shown at Tsawwassen’s KinVillage. The Tsawwassen Boundary Bay Lions Club assisted KinVillage in fundraising efforts to purchase the chair. This will allow friends and family to stay with their loved ones during sensitive periods. Pictured (from left) are Steve Scott, secretary of the Lions Club; Bettina Salina, director of wellness at KinVillage; Donna Ellis, CEO KinVillage; and Kim Carswell, president of the Lions Club.

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