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News : Wright Memorial Foundation Golf Tournament Raises $18 Thousand
Posted by Randy on 2014/6/16 9:54:29 (226 reads) News by the same author

A Wright Memorial Hospital Foundation golf tournament at Riverside Country Club in Trenton raised $18,000.
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The money goes towards the purchase of an O.B. centralized monitoring system and 3D ultrasound machine.

Wright Memorial Foundation Development officer, Matt Osterthun, said support for the tournament from local businesses, community members, and hospital vendors is what he called truly phenomenal. Osterthun said every dollar makes a difference in the campaign----and he credits several donors for allowing the Foundation to get closer to its goal of raising $300,000.

Each participant received a pint glass with Foundation logo, and a sleeve of golf balls. Players, sponsors, and volunteers also received a Nike pullover in recognition of the 10th year of golf tournament.

There also were several hole contests throughout the golf course.

The Hometown Pharmacy team won the championship flight with a round of 52. The team was comprised of Dave Jennings, Hadley Jennings, and Cliff Roeder.

The “A flight” team winner was the Law Office of Carrie Lamm Clark.

Placing 1st in the “B flight” was the Hedrick Medical Center squad, while the “C flight” winner was Community Press.

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