While the hospital’s gift shop is temporarily closed, the intrepid team behind Camille’s Corner is active, hosting pop-up shops at various community locations and planning for the hospital’s reopening expected in the Spring or Summer of 2018.
The auxiliary’s executive continues to regularly meet at Emmanuel Community Church and planning is actively underway for the return of the Polar Plunge on February 3, 2018. Each year, the Polar Plunge raises thousands of dollars for much-needed equipment at Port Perry Hospital thanks to the many teams who dare to take part. If you’re interested in taking a dip for a good cause into the chilly waters of Lake Scugog, contact Ruth at 905-985-6232 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Things are particularly busy this time of year at the auxiliary’s community thrift shop, Camille’s Closet. The holiday season has landed at north Durham’s go-to place for gently-used clothing, small household items and décor. Right now, you’ll find a wide selection of Christmas and holiday decorations and gift ideas with many select items marked 50% off. Don’t miss out on the chance to visit our Perry Street location which is open Monday to Saturday between 10 a.m. and 4 p.m. All proceeds support Port Perry Hospital.
Other fundraisers are being planned, including a spring fashion show in May. Stay tuned for more exciting news from the Auxiliary to Lakeridge Health Port Perry. Our dedication to Port Perry Hospital remains strong as we continue to do all we can to support patients, staff and physicians.