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Seniors give to Snowline

FOR A GREAT CAUSE —€” Frank Dowd, Jennifer Eells, John Ray, Rich Caulfield, Sandy Clark and Michael Schmidt hold up the check Snowline Hospice received from the Cameron Park Country Club Seniors. Courtesy photo
FOR A GREAT CAUSE —€” Frank Dowd, Jennifer Eells, John Ray, Rich Caulfield, Sandy Clark and Michael Schmidt hold up the check Snowline Hospice received from the Cameron Park Country Club Seniors. Courtesy photo

Snowline Hospice of El Dorado County would like to recognize the Cameron Park Country Club Seniors for their generous donation of $3,121 — the culmination of many hours of hard work fundraising throughout the past year.

The Outreach Committee, led by John Ray, presented this donation to Snowline Executive Director Michael Schmidt during the group’s final golf tournament and luncheon of the year in November.  The outreach committee was also assisted by the Ladies Niner Golf group, who contributed countless volunteer hours towards this effort.

Snowline Hospice of El Dorado county is a not-for-profit, Medicare Certified Hospice and has been serving patients and families in El Dorado and Sacramento counties since 1981.

For more information contact Jennifer Eells at Snowline Hospice at (530) 344-4408.

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