One Hundred Years of History: The Winton Club Cabaret

As the spotlights lit up the stage at Winchester Town Hall, you could tell that Margaret Bertochi, Gayle O’Grady and Phyllis Gleason were proud as they took the stage — proud of the show 400 people were about to watch, and proud of the hours they and hundreds of volunteers devoted to it for the entire month of January. The Winton Club Cabaret, in its 100th year, is always a spectacle that raises funds for important programs at Winchester Hospital.

McCance Family Makes a Dream Come True

Parents of newborns in the Special Care Nursery can check in on their babies any hour of the day or night, thanks to a generous gift for video-streaming cameras.

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Taking First Steps Together

Winchester Hospital’s First Steps program is a way for parents and grandparents to honor a baby while helping future newborns.

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$2 Million Gift Will Help Moms and Newborns

A new $2 million gift will bolster Winchester Hospital’s lactation program for more than 2,000 new mothers each year. This generous gift ensures that mothers will have plenty of support to nurse their babies, even after they leave the hospital.

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