On Wednesday, September 18th, Michael’s Pharmasave presented the Clinton Public Hospital Foundation with the proceeds from The Dreamboats concert, which they organized and held at the Central Huron Community Complex on August 21st.  A cheque in the amount of $2000 was presented in front of  Michael’s Pharmasave’s newest store location, at 46 King Street in Clinton.

The Dreamboats, consisting of Sir Ritchie Hummins, Bryan Lewis, Matt Best and Johnny G. Wiz, were not only amazing musicians, but also wonderful story-tellers and quite the entertainers with their dance moves and high energy.  As the audience listed to The Dreamboats 50s and 60s inspired music, feet were tapping, hands were clapping and some were evening dancing, while the band delivered well-known music from the era, along with some original tunes of their own.  It was an evening to remember and all for a good cause!

The Clinton Public Hospital Foundation Board of Directors and staff would like to thank all those who attended the concert and Michael’s Pharmasave for their generosity and continued support of the Clinton Public Hospital.  We are truly grateful to be part of such a kind and caring community!  Thank you!


Featured Image at Top (left to right): Kelly Semple (Michael’s Pharmasave staff); Jane Groves (CPH Foundation Director); Bob Clark (CPH Foundation Director); Darren Stevenson (CPH Foundation Chair); Michael & Nevien Ibrahim (Owners of Michael’s Pharmasave); Kelsey Johnston (GM of Michael’s Pharmasave).

Bottom Left: Darlene McCowan, Foundation Coordinator with The Dreamboats at the concert

Bottom Right: The Dreamboats entertaining the crowd (submitted by Michael’s Pharmasave)