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Coffee morning cash for Harry’s hospital

Hawick Salvation Army corps raised �272 at a coffee morning for the armys hospital in Cochabamba, Bolivia.
The hospital  is raising money to provide clean drinking water to 250 homes in the city and the coffee morning was held, appropriately, on United Nations World Water Day.
The hospital was set up in the late 1970s by Gattonside resident and Salvation Army commissioner Harry Williams, and is named after him. Harry, who will be 101 in July, is pictured with Lieutenant Caroline Parkin, leader of the Hawick corps, and a poster illustrating the work of the hospital.

Hawick Salvation Army corps raised �272 at a coffee morning for the armys hospital in Cochabamba, Bolivia. The hospital is raising money to provide clean drinking water to 250 homes in the city and the coffee morning was held, appropriately, on United Nations World Water Day. The hospital was set up in the late 1970s by Gattonside resident and Salvation Army commissioner Harry Williams, and is named after him. Harry, who will be 101 in July, is pictured with Lieutenant Caroline Parkin, leader of the Hawick corps, and a poster illustrating the work of the hospital.

Hawick Salvation Army corps raised £272 at a coffee morning for the army’s hospital in Cochabamba, Bolivia.

The hospital is raising money to provide clean drinking water to 250 homes in the city and the coffee morning was held, appropriately, on United Nations’ World Water Day.

The hospital was set up in the late 1970s by Gattonside resident and Salvation Army commissioner Harry Williams, and is named after him. Harry, who will be 101 in July, is pictured with Lieutenant Caroline Parkin, leader of the Hawick corps, and a poster illustrating the work of the hospital.

 

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