Share a story and win two tickets to Gone Country 2023
If you are a staff member or health care professional at Langley Memorial Hospital, you can enter to win two tickets to the 9th annual Gone Country 2023 all-day concert on Saturday, July 22.
All you have to do to enter the contests share a story about an experience working at Langley Memorial Hospital. Fill in the online form or email your story and photo to email@example.com.
Your story is always our inspiration. We want to celebrate the great people who work here! By sharing raw, real-life experiences, you inspire donations towards the continuing excellence, upgrades and urgent needs of the hospital.
Rock until the sun sets out west
Enter the contest for a chance to win two tickets to enjoy great tunes with country rockers The Reklaws, Tyler Joe Miller, Karen Lee Batten, Tanner Olsen Band, Kadooh, Geoff Moore and Dj Jaxon Hawks while sipping cool drinks into the evening. Doors open at 2 p.m. to a choice of two live stages, 20 bars, 15 Food Trucks, a Cann Gro Games area, and a Massive Beer Garden—a party not to be missed.
How to enter
Enter by filling out our online form—it's quick and easy—to win tickets to this fun, all-day concert.
Having troubles with the form? Email your story and photo to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Partnership doubles impact for Cancer Care at LMH
Langley Memorial Hospital Foundation and Twins Cancer Fundraising are announcing an exciting partnership to raise funds to purchase vital equipment and support programs to advance cancer care and improve outcomes for patients supported by Langley Memorial Hospital. Best of all, Twins Cancer Fundraising will match sponsorship dollars — doubling the impact for Langley residents affected by cancer.
As this region’s only hospital, Langley Memorial provides the community with critical cancer diagnoses and life-saving interventions. With the right equipment, more residents will get the care they deserve in their home community. Funds from sponsorship and Gone Country 2023’s event day 50/50 raffle will help the hospital purchase vital equipment and build programs that advance cancer care and improve outcomes for patients who need screening and treatment for bladder, kidney, ureter and breast cancers.
You can support cancer care, too.
The Rushiensk brothers, aka The Twins
Local Langley residents, business partners, brothers and twins Chris and Jamie Rushienski are best known for their philanthropic events and contributions to the community. They started fundraising for cancer twenty years ago after they lost their mother in a painful three-year battle with breast cancer. Their efforts have evolved from a backyard BBQ into the hugely successful annual concert, Gone Country, now in its 9th year. The event is run entirely by volunteers, and all proceeds go towards cancer care and support. Together with 250 volunteers and thousands of supporters, the brothers have raised more than $4.7 million.
As board members of Langley Memorial Hospital Foundation, the twins have a strong connection to the hospital. Jamie and his wife Angela’s youngest child was born at Langley Memorial. Chris and his wife Hayley recently welcomed their second child into the family with the support of Langley Memorial Hospital's maternity staff.