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Useless Bay Golf and Country Club fundraiser tallies thousands for hospital

From left, James Moore, Carmen McFadyen and Laura Blankenship accept a check for $10,000 toward a MRI machine from Useless Bay Golf and Country Club members Kay Wiley, LeAnn Larsen and Claudia Cox. At right, Bert Speir is also from the hospital.  - Photo courtesy of Judie Houtz
From left, James Moore, Carmen McFadyen and Laura Blankenship accept a check for $10,000 toward a MRI machine from Useless Bay Golf and Country Club members Kay Wiley, LeAnn Larsen and Claudia Cox. At right, Bert Speir is also from the hospital.
— image credit: Photo courtesy of Judie Houtz

A fundraiser at Useless Bay Golf and Country Club brought in $10,000 toward a new MRI machine at Whidbey General Hospital in Coupeville.

Money was raised from a cancer research fundraiser held at the club earlier this year.

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