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Ely needs your help! Please vote here...

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Ely Needs You to Click …Watch…Vote

Seimens (a medical supply company) is giving a FREE MRI machine to only one hospital in the United States and non-profit Ely Bloomenson Community Hospital is in the running. Our local community hospital needs you to visit http://www.winanmri.com and vote for our video. What a HUGE impact this gift of health could be for our community members and visitors alike. (like canoeing & fishing visitors too)

Vote everyday on your computer! Have two computers? Vote 2 times a day! We are competing against large communities, so we really need your votes! Voting ends on December 31, 2007.

Go to http://www.winanmri.com, click on Ely Bloomenson Community Hospital, watch the video and VOTE.

A small favor, BIG results

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It saids that you have to watch the whole video for the vote to count, well the video isn't working right it doesn't go to the end.. That would be do nice to have our own, wouldn't it?

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It would be nice. I had an MRI at EBCH once. I had to have it on the Truck that comes on Tuesdays. It was really loud and the music cut out on the headphones while I was in there.

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Yep i remember all to well lol

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Music? You got MUSIC???!!! Darn you government workers. grin.gifgrin.gifgrin.gif

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Ok, I did my part. I'll try to vote a few more times in coming days.....them burntside lakers better appreciate this.

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Done.

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I did my part for the good city of Ely and my buddy, Dr Bob. When I told them I was from Cook County,ILL they said,"Oh. Then you get to vote twice!"LOL! laugh.gif When I go back tomorrow to vote again will I still have to watch the video again? Needless to say, I will if I have to. 1DIRTBALL wink.gif

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Voted also. Once a day on weekends and twice on workdays.

PS: You can hit the fast forward button and get thru the video and vote in about a minute.

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Need to get over 11 thousand to even get close to another hosp who already sits at that

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This is an outdoor site. The MRI and Seimens has little to do with outdoors. However we've gone above and beyond that before for what we think is a good cause. Good for the community and members. For that reason we don't want to dust this thread but we don't want this continually getting bumped to the top for the next 2 months.

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Done with pleasure. Good luck!

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I have voted crap i forgot how many x's Frank it does have to do with the outdoors Yiu could be fishing and fall down. then you mite need one. (hope it doen't happen to you)

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Personally I think they need all our help. Have friends there and I know it would be a good thing .

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http://www.winanmri.com/viewer.php?videoID=47

direct link, if you watched & voted once, you don't have to wait until the end of the video to vote (on same computer)

If this board wants, I won't keep posting to keep it up at the top for voting. It is all up to you.

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