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Published: February 1, 2013
Junior Volunteers make donation
Washington Hospital Junior Volunteer board recently presented a check for $550 to Richard Mahoney, executive director of the Washington Hospital Foundation, to purchase a baby blood-draw station that provides a safe environment for positioning babies during blood collection. With Mahoney are members of the Junior Volunteer executive board, from left, Taylor Allen, president; Brittany McGary, vice president; Kaitlin McCracken, treasurer; and Fran Cicero, Junior Volunteer adviser.
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