Michael Aikins, chief administrative officer; Brenda Phillips, director of resident lifestyles and community programs; Carole Dickson, president, Auxiliary for Comox Valley Healthcare, and resident Sue Simmons officially opened “The General Store.”

Grand opening of The General Store in The Views at St. Joseph’s

The Grand Opening of “The General Store” in The Views at St. Joseph’s took place on Tuesday, Feb. 3. The store was made possible by donations from the Auxiliary Society for Comox Valley Healthcare (formerly St. Joseph’s Hospital Auxiliary). It will be operated by the auxiliary and residents. The store will sell sundries, snacks, tea, coffee, gifts, along with an assortment of knitting, art work and items made by residents. It will be open three afternoons a week. The General Store will be available for residents, their families and staff.

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