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Respite House Project Receives 12,200 from Evening at the Willows Event

Surviving Hearts, a volunteer organization dedicated to helping cancer patients and their families, donated $12,200 to the St. Luke’s Respite House project in Fruitland.
Funds were raised at the third annual Evening at the Willows event near Weiser. 
Funds benefit the Respite House, a comfortable “home away from home” for cancer patients seeking treatment at St. Luke’s Mountain States Tumor Institute in Fruitland.
The event was coordinated by a committee led by Shellie and Paul Colvard of Midvale. 
Volunteers have raised nearly $500,000 for the Respite House project. Construction will begin when donations or pledges total $1 million.
The third annual event was sponsored by The Willows, St. Luke’s MSTI, Agri Beef Co., Big Sky, Starkey Spring Water, Living in the News and SS Photography and Design.
Cover photo (from left): Judy Boyle, Mark Parkinson, Janet Komoto, Paul Colvard, Gene Prader, Shellie Colvard, Evelyn Dame, Nicole Bradshaw, Randy Jensen, Ed Castledine.

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