November 28, 2012
The Lake Wildwood Women's Golf Tournament, which took place in October, raised $5,000 for the Breast Care Fund at Sierra Nevada Memorial Hospital Foundation. Funds raised from the golf tournament will be utilized to help purchase equipment specifically used by breast cancer patients undergoing radiation oncology treatments at Sierra Nevada Memorial Hospital's Community Cancer Center.
Sierra Nevada Memorial Hospital Foundation wishes to thank tournament planning committee members Kris Weinberg, Jane Butler, Ali McKeon and Linda Wisley for their hard work and dedication to advancing breast health care in our community. Thanks to everyone who participated in this tournament.
Higgins Diggins Lions Club selling See's Holiday Candy
Higgins Diggins Lions Club is selling See's Holiday Candy from its familiar yellow candy wagon, located at Combie Plaza Shopping Center on Combie Road in South Nevada County. The hours of operation are 9:30 a.m. to 5:30 p.m. every day until Christmas Day. All proceeds from the sale are returned to the public in a variety of ways.
Some local beneficiaries this past year include Kare Crisis Nursery, Hospitality House, Magnolia School's annual sixth-grade science trip, providing vision screening and glasses to children and $5,500 in scholarships awarded to graduating seniors at Bear River High School. Lions Club International is the world's largest service organization with more than 1.4 million members in 207 countries worldwide. For information on Higgins Diggins Lions call (530) 268-3782 or go to http://www.higginsdigginslions.org.
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