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Delaware Hospice would like to thank the hard work and dedication of the Coastal Corvette Club of Delaware, Inc. They donated $4,185 to help support Delaware Hospice’s programs and services throughout the state. The funds were raised during their 3rd Annual Golf Outing held on September 12th at The Rookery North Golf Course, Milford.

The Coastal Corvette Club of Delaware was established in May 2015. The Club consists of 104 corvette-loving members based out of Milton. The Club enjoys their sports cars through Cruises, Car Shows, Rally’s, and just getting together for social events. “We are so honored to once again support Delaware Hospice through this fundraiser,” commented Cindy Williams, Coastal Corvette Club’s Secretary. As the leading nonprofit hospice agency in the state, Delaware Hospice relies on local organizations to help support 100,000 individuals served each year.

 

 

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