Waneta Plaza was abuzz with Christmas spirit Friday for the hospital foundation’s pledge day. (top photo) Richie Mann and the Golden City Fiddlers played old time classics. (Bottom photo) Heidi McLachlan lent her impressive gingerbread baking skills to raise funds for the Gordie Steep’s Sick Children’s Memorial Funds. (Left to right) Fundraiser Cheryl Gallamore is selling tickets at Local 480 until Dec. 18 but last year’s winners Avery and Gia Zanussi

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Waneta Plaza was abuzz with Christmas spirit Friday for the hospital foundation’s pledge day.

Waneta Plaza was abuzz with Christmas spirit Friday for the hospital foundation’s pledge day. (Left photo) Richie Mann and the Golden City Fiddlers played old time classics. (Right photo) Heidi McLachlan lent her impressive gingerbread baking skills to raise funds for the Gordie Steep’s Sick Children’s Memorial Funds. (Left to right) Fundraiser Cheryl Gallamore is selling tickets at Local 480 until Dec. 18 but last year’s winners Avery and Gia Zanussi, are hoping they once again bought the golden ticket.

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