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Community Care Hospice will host its 16th annual golf classic on Friday, Sept. 24, at Snow Hill Country Club (11093 State Route 73, New Vienna, OH). Proceeds from the event benefit patient care and services at Community Care Hospice.
“We are honored to host the golf classic again this year and are grateful for the ongoing community support,” said Missi Knisley, executive director of Community Care Hospice and Ohio’s Hospice of Fayette County. “Our community allows us to provide superior care and superior services to each patient and family we have the privilege of serving.”
Registration and breakfast provided by Wilmington Nursing and Rehabilitation Center will begin at 7:45 am, with a shotgun start at 9 am. Awards and a box lunch will be at 2 pm. In addition to an 18-hole tournament, there will be hole competitions for closest to the pin and longest putt as well as a 50/50 raffle throughout the day.
The presenting sponsor of the golf classic is International Brotherhood of Electrical Workers Local 71 of Columbus, Ohio. The eagle sponsor is Modern Woodmen of America. The bogie sponsor is Kratzer Hometown Pharmacy.
Space is limited. Registration is $95 for an individual golfer or $350 for a team of four. For questions or for more information on sponsorship, contact Sydney Truax at STruax@OhiosHospice.org or 937.256.9507 ext. 2885.
Community Care Hospice, an affiliate of Ohio’s Hospice, is a not-for-profit organization founded in 2004 by a group of individuals whose mission is to provide superior hospice care to their community. Local professionals provide care for patients in a 10-county area surrounding Wilmington. Bereavement and grief support services also are provided to hospice families and to the community, including grief groups. Patients are cared for in their homes, and extended care and assisted living facilities. General inpatient care is available at Clinton Memorial Hospital, along with access to designated hospice beds at Highland District Hospital.