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Cypress Ridge residents raise $6,000 for cancer services at Arroyo Grande hospital

From left, Tim Demma, Grossi Golf Tournament co-chair, Montisa Phelan Lopez, vice president of philanthropy with the Arroyo Grande Community Hospital Foundation, and Dave Kerin, Grossi Golf Tournament co-chair, present the check.
From left, Tim Demma, Grossi Golf Tournament co-chair, Montisa Phelan Lopez, vice president of philanthropy with the Arroyo Grande Community Hospital Foundation, and Dave Kerin, Grossi Golf Tournament co-chair, present the check.

Arroyo Grande

The Cypress Ridge Residents’ Golf Club held its 13th annual Grossi Golf Tournament in July with proceeds benefiting cancer services at Arroyo Grande Community Hospital.

The Grossi Golf Tournament has supported women’s cancer services at the Arroyo Grande Community Hospital Foundation for several years. This year’s tournament raised $6,000 in support of expanded cancer services as part of the foundation’s Legacy Campaign.

The next Grossi Golf Tournament will be held in July 2018, and the event is open to anyone who would like to participate.

Grover Beach

Recently, Womenade volunteers Lisa Boutelle Lazzara and Rebecca Larsen, and Steve Curry, Rotary Club Five Cities Eco, and the Rotary Club of Grover Beach/Five Cities cleared yard overgrowth deemed a fire risk by Cal Fire Code Enforcement for a woman with a serious head trauma going through difficult times.

Rotary club members brought trucks and a huge trailer that volunteers filled with dead shrubs and tree limbs.

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