A total of $22,453 was raised for area hospice patients at Driving for Hospice, Cuyuna Regional Medical Center’s third charity golf tournament held September 2 at Cuyuna Rolling Hills Golf Course in Deerwood. In 2019 a total of $18,570 was raised and in the tournament’s inaugural year, $16,986 was raised.
Twenty-nine teams, a total of 116 golfers, participated in the 18-hole, best ball scramble. The tournament winners were Holden Electric, Partini and Senior Services. Ryan Stepan won the putting contest and Partini won the best dressed contest.
Sponsors included: Anderson Brothers Construction, Carl Bolander & Sons, Deerwood Bank, DeGraaf Financial, Grand Casino, Holden Electric Company, Kraus-Anderson Construction Co., Love,Tito’s, Marco, Pope Architects, Rasinski’s Total Door Service, Rice Lake Construction, Riverwood Bank, Siemens, Technical Life Care Medical Company, Jackson Physician Search, Paulson & Clark Engineering, Hy-Tec Construction, and Thelen Heating & Roofing.
Hole sponsors included: Carl Bolander & Sons, Deerwood Bank, DeGraaf Financial, Fransen Decorating, Inc., Grand Casino, Holden Electric, In Memory of Ken Kielty, Jackson Physician Search, Kraus Anderson Construction Co., Love, Tito’s, Marco, Nor-Son Construction, North Central Medical Supply & Equipment, Paulson & Clark Engineering, PB Promotions, A Vernon Company, Pope Architects, Rasinski’s Total Door Service, Rice Lake Construction, Riverwood Bank, Schwab-Vollhaber-Lubratt Service Corp, Siemens, and Technical Life Care Medical Company.
Hospice provides compassionate care and dignity for terminally ill people and supports their loved ones with comfort when time matters most. Proceeds from the tournament will stay in the community and be used to provide end-of-life care to hospice patients and fund supplies, medications, and home equipment.