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Moundview staff donate to Oklahoma tornado victims

10:37 PM, Jul. 24, 2013
A bake sale was coordinated by Moundview Memorial Hospitals' patient accounts department to help raise money for the employees of an Oklahoma hospital devastated by a tornado. Pictured are department staff Barbara Schultz, from left, Wendy Georges, Jean Potter, Carol Alford, Debbie Abfall and Annie Hebior.
A bake sale was coordinated by Moundview Memorial Hospitals' patient accounts department to help raise money for the employees of an Oklahoma hospital devastated by a tornado. Pictured are department staff Barbara Schultz, from left, Wendy Georges, Jean Potter, Carol Alford, Debbie Abfall and Annie Hebior.
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Moundview Memorial Hospital & Clinics' employees recently donated more than $1,800 to the staff of Moore Medical Center, a 45-bed hospital in Oklahoma. The hospital took a direct hit from a tornado in May and many of its employees suffered personal losses.

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