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Bermuda HealthCare to give away turkeys

Bermuda HealthCare Services will give away 150 turkeys this Saturday.

The first 100 will be given out to patients who won the office draw, with the remaining 50 going to the general public on a first come, first served basis, at Bermuda HealthCare in Paget.

Founder and executive chairman Ewart Brown, the former Premier said in a press release: “This is an annual honour for our team at Bermuda Healthcare Services. We are pleased to show our support to the our community, particularly in such difficult economic times.”

Patient pickups are scheduled for 10am to 11am with the general public invited to join at 11.15am.

Three years ago, BHCS and Brown-Darrell Clinic cancelled its annual Christmas Party and distributed turkeys to the needy instead. Since then, hundreds of free turkeys have been distributed to families across the Island.

Ewart Brown, the founder and executive chairman of Bermuda HealthCare Services, pictured at last year's turkey giveaway

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Published December 16, 2015 at 12:54 pm (Updated December 16, 2015 at 2:42 pm)

Bermuda HealthCare to give away turkeys

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