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Heathman Hotel in Kirkland raises $8,000 to benefit Susan G. Komen

Les Utley, general manager of the Heathman Hotel, presents a check for $7,900 to Gail Lapasin, director of development for Puget Sound Susan G. Komen on Thursday at the hotel. Also pictured is Brandi Hyder (second from right), director of rooms for Heathman, and Shannon Smith (right), development coordinator, Susan G. Komen.  - Carrie Wood/Kirkland Reporter
Les Utley, general manager of the Heathman Hotel, presents a check for $7,900 to Gail Lapasin, director of development for Puget Sound Susan G. Komen on Thursday at the hotel. Also pictured is Brandi Hyder (second from right), director of rooms for Heathman, and Shannon Smith (right), development coordinator, Susan G. Komen.
— image credit: Carrie Wood/Kirkland Reporter

The Heathman Hotel raised nearly $8,000 to benefit the Puget Sound Susan G. Komen for breast cancer awareness.

The business created a pink room in honor of Breast Cancer Awareness Month for the month of October. Room proceeds exceeded the hotel's $7,000 goal at $7,900.

Les Utley, general manager of the Heathman, and Brandi Hyder, director of rooms, presented Puget Sound Susan G. Komen officials a check on Thursday at the hotel.

"The pink room was a success and we will do this every year from here on out," said Utley.

 

 

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