In memory of Alexis

The St. Joe’s Scrubs face off against Rotary Saturday in a fifth annual memorial hockey game at the Sport Centre.

A FIFTH ANNUAL hockey game happens this Saturday to honour the memory of Alexis Irelyn Pendak.

The St. Joe’s Scrubs face off against Rotary this Saturday in a fifth annual memorial hockey game at the Sport Centre.

A Marine Harvest salmon barbecue and music starts at 2 p.m. with the puck dropped at 4. You can enter to win a trip for two via WestJet.

Admission is by donation. Bring the family for facepainting and an Easter egg hunt for the kids.

This event is in memory of Alexis Irelyn Pendak.

Alexis was born nine weeks prematurely and weighed only four pound and two ounces. She was delivered by emergency Caesarean section after being flown from St. Joseph’s General Hospital in comox.

Glen Robinson, an employee at St. Joseph’s, and his family appreciated the overwhelming support from You Are Not Alone (YANA) and the St. Joseph’s staff, especially the engineering department.

— St. Joseph’s General Hospital

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