LIFE SAVERS: Blue Ribbon Foundation Horsham members Dale Russell, left, and Les Power, right, and Wimmera Health Care Group chief executive Chris Scott inspect one of the life sign monitors.THE Blue Ribbon Foundation Horsham Branch donated more than $25,000 to Wimmera Base Hospital last week.
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Wimmera Health Care Group chief executive Chris Scott said the money would be used to purchase life sign monitors for the emergency department.

“This donation is greatly appreciated and comes on top of money the branch gave the department earlier in the year to lay new vinyl and replace chairs in the waiting room,” Mr Scott said.

“The Blue Ribbon Foundation Horsham Branch raises money for the hospital year round, through events such as the gala ball and the coming Crime Night at Wesley Performing Arts Centre.”

Victoria Police Superintendent and Blue Ribbon Foundation Horsham Branch president Graeme Arthur said tickets were still available for the Crime Night on June 20.

The event will feature guest speakers including former homicide investigators, and Underbelly author and The Age crime reporter John Silvester, who will speak about investigations.

“We have hosted a Crime Night for the past few years and they have been very successful,” Mr Arthur said.

”People who come along get a great insight into a range of police operations and investigations.

“This year they will hear from Mr Silvester, as well as from officers who have been involved in policing in the Pacific and the Frankston serial killer investigation.”

Mr Arthur said all money raised from the event would be donated to Wimmera Base Hospital.

Organisers said tickets were $30 and were available from the Wimmera Mail-Times and Horsham Police Station.

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