CLINTON, N.Y. -- The Waterville Times is a popular paper in the Waterville community, and it's not a surprise that so many people turned out, to raise money for the owner and editor of that paper – who is battling breast cancer.
The Clinton Lion's Club and the Clinton Chamber of Commerce had a spaghetti dinner to raise money for Patty Louise.
Louise was diagnosed with breast cancer last spring and has been getting treatment ever since.
People describe her as selfless. She says this benefit means the world to her.
"Even with good insurance you get hit hard with copays and expenses so this is just tremendous with all this love and support means more than anything,” Louise said.
At one time, Patty was a college professor, and she helped coach Pop Warner football. And as you saw – a well-loved member of the Waterville community.
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