Local country clubs join effort supporting hospitals during health crisis 

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Two Southwest Florida country clubs have joined the Clubs HELP Foundation, which encourages golf clubs nationwide to participate its support network to help hospitals during the coronavirus pandemic. Members of Stonebridge Country Club in North Naples and Six Lakes Country Club in North Fort Myers are teaming up to provide supplies for local hospitals. Clubs “adopt” a hospital, where members, companies and individual donors pitch in to gather, collect and deliver the most critical items and resources to fight the virus. Hospitals are in dire need of scarce supplies such as basic food items and bottled water, delivery services, personal protection equipment and other resources. To connect or donate to Clubs HELP, go to clubshelp.org

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