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January 4, 2014

DeGraff to mark 100 years in NT

Residents urged to submit stories, photos for hospital's centennial celebration


Tonawanda News — Organizers are planning a commemorative book marking the anniversary, as well as events related to the occasion, Gentner said. Dates have not been set yet, but the planning committee hopes to partner with community events to get the word out.

“We’re working on some various celebrations throughout the year to invite our community in to see where we’ve come from,” she said. “Anything we can do to get that 100th year out there.”

TO HELP Those with photos, memorabilia or stories from throughout DeGraff Memorial Hospital's 100-year history should contact senior marketing associate Phyllis Gentner at 690-2005 or Items should be submitted by Jan. 30.

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