Along with the golf tournament there was a raffle featuring items donated by local businesses, a dessert auction and a barbecue of hot dogs, hamburgers and side dishes that was served afterwards.

The McCloud Healthcare Clinic Golf Benefit drew 11 teams last Saturday to play at the McCloud Golf Club.  Along with the golf tournament there was a raffle featuring items donated by local businesses, a dessert auction and a barbecue of hot dogs, hamburgers and side dishes that was served afterwards.   
 “It was fun,” said James Proffitt, CEO of the McCloud Healthcare Clinic, whose team placed second to last. “We wanted to bring the golf tournament back. It was through the efforts of the McCloud Golf Club, Golf Pro Forest Lamb and his wife Rachael (who works at our clinic) and the help of our staff to bring the clinic and community involved with each other again.” Paul Shirley, Jered Mullins, Mason Hanson and Mick Hanson together with 21 strokes placed first as a team in the tournament. There was a three-way place for second place teams with 31 strokes.  
Closest to the pin was James Elder at four feet.  
McCloud Healthcare Clinic Director of Compliance Rachael Lamb said proceeds from the raffle and the tournament will go toward a new EKG machine. The money raised from the dessert auction will go toward  the McCloud Community Resources Network.  
Contributors to the raffle included Mountain Fitness, Mt. Shasta Tire, Rays Food Place, Stoney Brook Inn, Napa Autoparts, Solanos, Sportsmen's Den, Ace Hardware, McCloud Outdoor and Gear Exchange Store, McCloud Market, Dale Buck, White Mountain Café, Floyd’s Frosty, and McCloud’s Chevron.  
The McCloud Healthcare Clinic is located at 116 W. Minnesota Avenue in McCloud and their phone number is (530) 964-2389. 
The McCloud Community Resource Network is made up of teams to create a sustainable community driven network dedicated to helping the McCloud community thrive by directing people to local, county and state resources. They can be contacted at (530) 925-3411.