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A Tough Pill to Swallow

 
The development of medical services in Sundre
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Mrs. Muir recalls in the 1920's when a resident was very ill
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Charlie Hodges, Trailrider and Outfitter Guide turned Pilot
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Ethel MacLeod moved to Sundre with her husband John in 1934.
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James River Community Hall, built in 1921
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Dr. and Mrs C.A. Miller were named Citizens of the Year
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The Sundre Women presented a Brief to the County Council April 19, 1967.
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Dr. Alan White (left) with Dr. Corley in the Children's Ward at Sundre Hospital.
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The Thrift Shop has filled the needs of many hundreds of customers over the years.
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This banner was carried by the West Country Hospital Crusaders in a parade in 1967.
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A few of Sundre's most dedicated women: an early photo of the Women's Auxiliary
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Future site of the Hospital
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Sod turning for the new Hospital - Hon. R.C.  Clark, Minister of Youth and MLA for this constituency
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Construction begins - Rendek Construction Ltd. of Edmonton was the successful bidder
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Construction is going along well.  The estimated cost for the hospital was $775,000.00
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Members of the original Hospital Board
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Commerative plaque at the Sundre General Hospital, close to 1000 attended the opening ceremony
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A view of the new Hospital - The official opening was Sept 3, 1968.
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