The Morning Edition - Sask | Jan 8, 2014 | 9:49

Raising Money To Send Dr. Jolene Titus Home To South Africa

Sheila speaks with Sandy Quiring from Meadow Lake about the community's fundraising efforts for Dr. Jolene Titus. Dr. Titus has stomach cancer and wants to return home to South Africa to spend her final days surrounded by friends and family.

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