About 100 golfers helped raise funds to support area health and wellness programs at the Tomah Health Community Foundation’s annual golf outing at Hiawatha Golf Club on August 6.
Team Olson Brothers Cranberry Company won the 25, 18-hole team with an 18-under par 54.
Last year’s golf outing was canceled due to crowd concerns related to the COVID-19 pandemic.
“Despite a challenging year, the Tomah Health Community Foundation continued its mission to support area health and wellness programs throughout Monroe County. With the continued support of area businesses that participated in this year’s event, we are extremely gracious in continuing the mission of the foundation,” said foundation president Pete Reichardt. He said the event plays an important role when golfers know the outing is contributing to the health and well-being of the area community.
The outing also included live and silent auctions and a catered dinner.
CCF Bank of Tomah was the presenting sponsor of this year’s golf outing and presented a check for $1,200 to the foundation. For the past 14 years, CCF Bank has been the event’s presenting sponsor and has donated over $40,000 to support the foundation and its mission.