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Donors set up fund to help cancer patientís family

LANDIS ó Anonymous donors have set up a fund at Bank of the Carolinas for C.J. Nickelson and his wife, Delane.
C.J. Nickelson is a patient at Wake Forest Baptist Medical Center, undergoing intense chemotherapy for cancer. He will be there for several more weeks.
The savings account has been set up to help the family during this time.
It is sanctioned by the familyís church, Cornerstone Baptist, at 500 E. Ryder St. James ěHazelî Rollings is pastor of the church. His wife, Mary, is C.J. Nickelsonís cousin.
Donations can be dropped off or mailed to Bank of the Carolinas, 105 N. Main St., Landis NC 28088. Checks should be made directly to Delane Nickelson.
Mary Rollings said the church will also accept funds for the account for deposit at the bank.

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