A Mount St. Mary Mother’s Day

Take mom out to a movie this Mother’s Day and support long-term elder care at the Mount St. Mary Hospital.

The Mount St. Mary Foundation screens the English classic Made in Dagenham  this Sunday (May 8) at the University of Victoria’s Cinecenta.

The $25-dollar ticket fee includes popcorn and a soft drink, and directly supports programs and equipment for seniors at the care facility run by the Sisters of St. Ann.

“Hospital equipment, no matter how well-built it is, does have a limited life span, so this year we need to replace about $230,000-worth of equipment,” said Mandy Parker, executive director of Mount St. Mary Foundation.

Tickets can be purchased at 250-480-3140. The Cinecenta is located inside the Student Union Building.

nnorth@saanichnews.com

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