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Snobelen Farms Donates $50,000
Snobelen Farms Donates $50,000

Snobelen Farms has made a $50,000 donation to support the major redevelopment of the Wingham & District Hospital.  

Snobelen Farms has grain elevators throughout the Wingham & District Hospital’s service area including their head office in Lucknow where President Troy Snobelen met with members of the WDH Foundation to present the donation. Snobelen said, “The company has been part of this community since the 1970s and it’s important to us to support local healthcare for all our staff and clients who live here”.   

WDH Foundation Chair Ian Montgomery accepted the donation on August 29th saying “as a member of the Lucknow community myself it has been great to see so much support from the town for the Hospital project”. The WDH Foundation is grateful to Snobelen Farms and all the local corporations that have pledge donations to this project.  

The Wingham & District Hospital is currently undergoing the first stages of a $17 million redevelopment. With less than $6 million of that cost coming from the Ministry of Health and Long Term Care, community contributions, such as the $50,000 donation from Snobelen Farms, can still make a significant difference to protecting and promoting high quality local healthcare. 

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Ian Montgomery & Mark Foxton representing the WDH Foundation with Lily Ferreira, Andrea Cordes, Troy Snobelen, 
Marvin Cook and Shannon Bieman representing Snobelen Farms. 

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