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The Norway Country Club Ladies Golf Association Supports SMH Cancer Program



The Norway Country Club Ladies Golf Association recently presented Stephens Memorial Hospital with a gift of $4,141 to benefit their Oncology Program. The Norway Country Club and the Norway Country Club Ladies Golf Association held the Drive Out Cancer Tournament and Silent Auction on Thursday, August 7th  to benefit the oncology program. This is the second year the Ladies Golf Association has graciously provided a gift to support the Stephens Memorial Hospital Oncology Department.

M. Patricia Cook, Senior Vice President Clinical shares, “We thank Norway Country Club and everyone who participated in the coordination of the tournament, golfers, and local businesses that provided items for the silent auction. This gift is very much appreciated by the oncology staff of Stephens Memorial Hospital and the cancer patients we serve. It validates the community’s desire to have access to a variety of cancer resources locally.”

The oncology department at SMH has expanded in several areas over the past several years including the physical relocation of the infusion center and the addition of a cancer patient navigator which was made possible through gifts to the 2011 Annual Fund. 

The 2014 Stephens Memorial Hospital Annual Fund supports the oncology department including the new SMH Cancer Center which provides local education and events for patients with cancer, cancer survivors, and their caregivers. MORE If you are interested in supporting the 2014 Stephens Memorial Hospital Annual Fund and the oncology department, please contact the SMH Development office at 744-6049.

PHOTO CAPTION (left-right): Kathy Greenleaf, Freda Truman, Pat Winsor, Juanita Smith, Patti-Ann Douglas, Sue Craib

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