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Bob and Ron's World Wide Stereo Donates Media Room to Oncology Patients

St. Christopher's Hospital for Children received an upgraded media room from the Hatfield and Montgomeryville business.

Pictured are, left to right, Carolyn Jackson, St. Christopher’s CEO; Robert A. Cole, president, Bob & Ron’s World Wide Stereo; and two patients, Makia Mason and Matthew Martinez-Cruz (holding the plaque). Submitted Photo.
Pictured are, left to right, Carolyn Jackson, St. Christopher’s CEO; Robert A. Cole, president, Bob & Ron’s World Wide Stereo; and two patients, Makia Mason and Matthew Martinez-Cruz (holding the plaque). Submitted Photo.
Bob & Ron’s World Wide Stereo of Hatfield and Montgomeryville gave St. Christopher’s Hospital for Children’s oncology patients and their families a break from the hospital environment with the donation of an upgraded media room.
The company did more than just donate a few new items: It replaced outdated equipment with a digital projector, a 96-inch screen, a hard drive that can store up to 900 DVD movies and search for them by genre, title, actor/actress, running time or cover art, and a wall keypad to control everything.
To learn more about St. Christopher’s go to www.stchristophershospital.com

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