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“This helps the kids who come in who are totally scared and traumatized to being in the hospital,” said Doris Casey, organizer of the benefit and a retired nurse of the hospital. “It’s a scary place for little kids and they like the stuffed animals. They know they can relate to that and snuggle with it, and they can take them home.”
The estate of Sara Crawford donated a 2012 Ford Fusion, which the club sold for $7,200. She was not a member, but donated the vehicle so its sale could benefit the community.
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