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Foundation fetes compassion winners

The Mid Columbia Health Foundation presented four philanthropy awards during the 2014 Tradition of Compassion celebration Thursday night in The Dalles. Award recipients, pictured left to right, are Heather Haugen, James Beedie and Debbie McBain of the Moose Lodge and Women of the Moose, who received the outstanding community service organization award; Lana Tepfer, who received the outstanding philanthropist award; Marilyn Wong, who received the outstanding volunteer award and David Griffith of Griffith Motors, who received the outstanding philanthropic corporation award.

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The Mid Columbia Health Foundation presented four philanthropy awards during the 2014 Tradition of Compassion celebration Thursday night in The Dalles. Award recipients, pictured left to right, are Heather Haugen, James Beedie and Debbie McBain of the Moose Lodge and Women of the Moose, who received the outstanding community service organization award; Lana Tepfer, who received the outstanding philanthropist award; Marilyn Wong, who received the outstanding volunteer award and David Griffith of Griffith Motors, who received the outstanding philanthropic corporation award.



The Mid-Columbia Health Foundation feted the Tradition of Compassion honorees March 7 and gave them a preview of things to come by hosting the event at the Fort Dalles Readiness Center, which will be officially dedicated later this spring...

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