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Soroptimists International of Oak Harbor donated $240,000 to Whidbey General Hospital for the purchase of a digital mammography machine that will be housed at the North Whidbey Community Clinic. The Soroptimists, led by volunteers Kathy Wagoner, Peggy Whitford and Sally Maylor, started fundraising in September 2007. Volunteers and community leaders commemorated the accomplishment during a ceremony Thursday night at the Goldie Road clinic. Included in the picture are Radiologist Nancy Neubauer, Whidbey General Hospital interim CEO Tom Tomasino and Diagnostic Imaging Director Randy White. - Nathan Whalen/Whidbey News-Times
Soroptimists International of Oak Harbor donated $240,000 to Whidbey General Hospital for the purchase of a digital mammography machine that will be housed at the North Whidbey Community Clinic. The Soroptimists, led by volunteers Kathy Wagoner, Peggy Whitford and Sally Maylor, started fundraising in September 2007. Volunteers and community leaders commemorated the accomplishment during a ceremony Thursday night at the Goldie Road clinic. Included in the picture are Radiologist Nancy Neubauer, Whidbey General Hospital interim CEO Tom Tomasino and Diagnostic Imaging Director Randy White.
— image credit: Nathan Whalen/Whidbey News-Times

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