Cancer centre receives Float for Cure donation
Drumheller’s first Float for a Cure was a staggering success, as organizers donated a $7,505 cheque to the Drumheller Health Centre’s Community Cancer Centre on Tuesday morning. “I see it getting even bigger next year,” said organizer Shelley Bixby, saying the all funds came from only 30 floaters.. The donation includes $1,000 from West- ern Financial, and is earmarked for patient care and comfort at the cancer centre. Pictured from left are organizers Betty Farmer, Shelley and Bud Bixby, foundation secretary Linda Ames, and RNs Wendy Poole and Tammy Calderon.