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Subaru’s Annual Ski Day benefits cancer care at Orillia’s Hospital

(Monday, April 23, 2018) – Subaru’s Annual “March Break Meltdown” Ski Day at the Heights of Horseshoe raised over $4,300 for Orillia Soldiers’ Memorial Hospital. All proceeds from ticket sales and the silent auction will go towards the hospital’s cancer care unit.

“We’re so thankful for amazing community organizations such as Subaru of Orillia, who go above and beyond for their community hospital,” said Lisa Wanamaker, Development Officer, Annual Giving. “Proceeds from this event will go a long way to improving patient care in OSMH’s oncology program.”

The successful event was held on March 12th, and saw many attendees make their way out to the slopes for a day of skiing and snowboarding.

Robert Stein, President of Subaru of Orillia, says it’s important to support local healthcare. “With many of our staff and customers living in the Orillia region, we understand firsthand the importance of having cancer care, close to home,” said Stein. “We are proud to be a supporter of Orillia Soldiers’ Memorial Hospital and their ongoing efforts to support patients and their families.”

If you would like to support improved equipment and technology at OSMH, contact the Foundation office today at 705-325-6464 or

In The Photo From Left: Kim Sander, Interim Manager of Oncology, Nicole Holt, Registered Nurse, Oncology, Lisa Wanamaker, Development Officer, Annual Giving, Robert Stein, President, Subaru of Orillia, Mark Shivers, General Manager, Subaru of Orillia, Brock Lauer, Sales Manager, Subaru of Orillia

About Orillia Soldiers' Memorial Hospital Foundation

The OSMH Foundation is a proud partner of Orillia Soldiers' Memorial Hospital and the people of Orillia and North Simcoe/Muskoka. The foundation provides funds to the hospital to buy medical equipment, sustain programs and assist the hospital in maintaining its position as a leader in providing quality community based healthcare.

For more information, or to arrange an interview, please contact: Carleigh Bodrug, Communications Officer, OSMH Foundation 1-705-325-6464 E-mail: