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Billings Clinic Receives Heartwarming Donation

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Billings Clinic Receives Heartwarming Donation

By: Tyson Adams

Billings Clinic's Cancer Center received a heartwarming donation today.

Girl Scout Cassidy Hein, and Troop Leader Leslie Hein, led their group to donate 106 boxes of Girl Scout Cookies.

Billings Clinic Foundation President, Jim Duncan, received the donation on behalf of the Cancer Center.

He says the smiles of everyone involved were priceless.

KULR 8 photographer, Tyson Adams, was there and brings us the story.

Cassidy and troop hand delivered the boxes and were able to put a smile on patients and employees alike.

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