Take a seat

It’s rare that the Skinner Unit at the Yorkton and District Nursing Home receives brand new furniture. Value Tire, believing the residents of the long term care facility needed some new furniture that was easier for residents to get in and out of, made a donation of four powered leather recliners to the facility. Pictured are John Denbrok with Value Tire and Crystal Aarrestad with the Yorkton and District Nursing Home with some residents. The total value of the chairs is over $3,000.

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