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Thanks to all who made the Mad Hatter’s Ball such a success
April 20, 2017

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To the editor:

On March 29, Creative Healing Connections raised $8000 to provide support for local women living with cancer and other chronic diseases, women veterans and caregivers. We would like to thank the following who helped make CHC's 2017 Mad Hatter's Ball so successful; Nicole Mizener and the Smiths, owners of Hotel North Woods in Lake Placid, where the event was held; the 2017 Mad Hatter: Kathy Ford, Cloudsplitter Foundation and Lake Placid area vendors including:

Adirondack Store, Asgaard Farm, Ausable Club, Nancy Beaudin, Blue Moon, BluSeed Studios, Edward Courter, Gail Brill Design, Wanda Burch, Cascade Inn, Community Store, Cornell, Renee Cosgrove, Down Hill Grill, Helen Demong, Fiddlehead Bistro, Tim Fortune, Garden Center (Ray Brook), Larry Gibbons, Rivka Cilley, Gordon Oil, Kelly Hass, High Peaks Resort, Susan Hockert, HomEnergy Services Inc., Harmony Hills, Juniper Hill Farm, Dr. Jonathan Krant for his gift of fine wines, Lake Placid Center for the Arts, Lakeview Deli, Little Supermarket, Melinda Little, Barry Lobdell, Mirror Lake Inn Resort and Spa, Mr. Mike's Pizza, Moontree Designs, Newcomb Mtn. Quilters, ORDA, Burdette Park, Pendragon Theater, Bronwen Perkins, Erin Perkins, Martin Perkins Design, Michelle Preston, Saint Regis Canoe Outfitter's, Sandy Sangster, Sue's Studio, The Market, A Touch of Glass, The Wild Center, The Wilderness Restaurant, Uihlein Foundation, Terry Walters, Whiteface Club and Resort, Whiteface Lodge, Wiawaka Center for Women, Naj Wikoff, Fran Yardley, and other friends of CHC who donated auction items. Most importantly we thank everyone who came out this year and made this evening so special, while so generously supporting an amazing cause!

Thanks too, to all volunteers that made this event happen.

Carolyn Bischoff

Executive director

Creative Healing Connections

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