After taking a year off due to COVID-19, the Tomah Health Community Foundation is putting together the details of this year’s annual golf outing to support the well-being of the region.
Foundation President Peter Reichardt said this year’s golf outing is scheduled for Friday August 6 at Hiawatha Golf Club in Tomah.
âWe are very happy to host our annual golf outing again, which is our biggest fundraising event to improve wellness and health care in our area,â said Reichardt.
Reichardt said golfers can enter the 18-hole team scramble, which will also include a $ 25,000 hole-in-one event sponsored by Tap House Twenty of Tomah and a $ 10,000 putting contest supported by the CCF. Bank – the sponsor of this year’s release.
âThis has been one of the most significant golf events over the years, and we look forward to another great event as a way to further our vision of supporting local health care and wellness,â said Reichardt .
Over the past several years, the event has helped financially support the activities of the Monroe County St. Claire Health Mission, Tomah’s Pantry Neighbor, Second Harvest Food Bank, Department of Health County Monroe, Tomah Boys & Girls Club, Junior Achievement and County Monroe Family Promise.
Reichardt added that the outing will also include live and silent auctions, a social hour and a catered dinner.
Registration for golf teams has been mailed to old teams, but Reichardt said new teams are welcome. The registration deadline is July 12th. Registration information is available at tomahhealth.org, or by contacting Eric Prize, Director of Marketing and Public Relations for Tomah Health at 608-377-8686 or [email protected]
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