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ERMC raises aid


Ennis Daily News photo by Phil Banker / Martin Reyes hands out hamburgers to customers in the Ennis Regional Medical Center cafeteria Thursday.

Phil Banker[email protected]

Employees at Ennis Regional Medical Center sold breakfast and burgers on Thursday to help raise money for a company-level emergency fund tapped out by Superstorm Sandy.

Angela Jones with Ennis Regional Medical Center said the money raised will go to the Lifepoint Lifecare Disaster Recovery Fund. The fund, managed by the local hospital’s parent company Lifepoint, assists employees struck with disasters ranging from house fires to destructive weather.

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