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Thrift store’s donations help save lives

The board of directors at the Sierra Nevada Memorial Hospital Foundation wish to extend sincere appreciation to the Cancer Aid Thrift Shop for their generous donation towards the oncology simulator for our cancer center. The dedicated volunteers at 317 South Auburn St., Grass Valley, manage the thrift store whose proceeds assist cancer patients in our community.

Kimberly Parker

Sierra Nevada Memorial Hospital Foundation


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