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ST12 raises $12,500 to benefit Hospice Cleveland County
    Shelby, NC - ST12, a NC based nonprofit 501C3 organization dedicated to helping those in need in Cleveland County, recently raised $12,500 for Hospice Cleveland County. The fundraiser included a poker run, bake sale, 50/50 drawing, silent auction, T-shirt sales, a barbecue lunch, and live music.
    “Almost everyone in our group has suffered a loss in their family and Hospice is always there,” said the group’s president, CJ Sauer. “There is so much that Hospice does that people don’t realize, such as grief counseling for anyone in the community regardless of whether the person was a Hospice patient or not,” Sauer said.
    Although the majority of ST12 is made up of motorcycle riders and enthusiasts, membership is open to all and made up of people from all walks of life and age groups. Currently, the 30 member group’s main focus is Hospice Cleveland County and Shriner’s Children’s Hospital, but they are open to anyone if a need in the community arises.
    “We would like to thank ST12 and everyone who helped make this wonderful event possible,” said Hospice Director of Marketing & Public Relations, Pam Isaacs. “it is with the support of groups like ST12, that we are able to provide high quality skilled compassionate care and support for individuals with a life-limiting illness, their families, and the community, regardless of their ability to pay.”
    For more information about Hospice Cleveland County, please call 704-487-4677 or visit their webside at www.hospicecares.cc.
Pictured left to right: Owen McPeak, Vice President of ST12, Pam Issacs, Director of Marketing and Public Relations for Hospice Cleveland County, CJ Sauer, President of ST12 and owner of Skooterz Saloon & Southside Customs

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