CCS in the news: ‘IT’S AN INCREDIBLE GIFT’

SANDPOINT — Thanks to the virtuous efforts of the Hidden Lakes Ladies’ Traveling Golf Club, cancer patients in Bonner and Boundary counties will continue to get the help they need from Community Cancer Services.

The Hidden Lakes Ladies, now more than 10 years old, held its annual guest day tournament and managed to raise a whopping $2,400, which they promptly donated to Community Cancer Services in Sandpoint.

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—Photo by ERIC PLUMMER The Hidden Lakes Ladies present Community Cancer Services with a $2,400 check Wednesday. Pictured, from left, are Janis Goff, HLL treasurer; Helen Andring, CCS office manager; Alice Coldsnow, HLL captain; and Nancy McCanlies, HLL board member.

—Photo by ERIC PLUMMER The Hidden Lakes Ladies present Community Cancer Services with a $2,400 check Wednesday. Pictured, from left, are Janis Goff, HLL treasurer; Helen Andring, CCS office manager; Alice Coldsnow, HLL captain; and Nancy McCanlies, HLL board member.