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Local woodworker donates angelic exhibit to Crowsnest Health Centre
Crowsnest Pass Herald Front Page
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Left to right, Margaret Ann Woodward, Frank Loseth and Diane Nummi show case the “Angel Island” display.
EZRA BLACK
Pass Herald Reporter
All hospitals need angels to hopefully help provide peace for those in need and now the local hospital has a profusion of angels thanks to a generous donation by local woodworker Frank Loseth.

On Oct. 8, Loseth donated an installation called “Angel Island” to the Crowsnest Pass Health Centre.

The piece features ten angels living on an enchanted island. The display is made from a part of a 700-year old Douglas fir tree. The angels are made out of recycled ornaments.

“I think it’s quite nice but I’m biased because I made it,” said Loseth.

Loseth made the display about two years ago but never completed it.

Then it was suggested that he donate it to a medical facility in Lethbridge, which gave him the idea of donating it to the local hospital.
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“The hospital is very grateful that Frank thought of us to donate his angel island piece,” said Joan Koinberg, the hospital’s administrative assistant. “It is located in our hospital lobby so all patients can see it when they come in. I think the piece is beautiful and will enjoy seeing it daily.”

Sure Glass in Pincher Creek and the Crowsnest Pass Health Centre Ladies Auxillary donated the glass case that houses the exhibit.
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