Billy Page, right, with daughter Jesse Lynn March. (Photo submitted)

Chemainus support much appreciated

Woman recovering after incident in Cambodia

Thank you Chemainus!

We are home! After three weeks in limbo at Victoria General Hospital, Jesse was transferred to the Royal Jubilee Hospital where she is on the rehabilitation activation care floor.

She has started rehab and hopefully in a couple of weeks will be able to bear weight and start the long road to recovery.

We are very grateful to everyone in Chemainus for your generosity and support, especially Gunnell and Scott Borge at Sandpiper Gardens and Glass and Art, Nina and Eaf at Thai Pinto.

Merry Christmas,

Jesse Lynn March and Billy Page

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