CARRABASSETT VALLEY – Franklin Community Health Network’s annual Healthcare Golf Classic was held July 9 and 10 on the Sugarloaf Golf Club. Proceeds from the event profit the Healthy Community Coalition (HCC) of Greater Franklin County and the Martha B. Webber Breast Care Center.
Seventeen groups from all through New England took half within the occasion.
Pine Tree Cellular comprised of Glen Pound, Marc Girard, Tim Merwin, and Trevor Olivadoti took first place gross at Monday’s event, a four-person scramble. Other winners have been Kyes Insurance with second gross that included Rock Bjorn, Flint Christie, Jill Perry, and JB Christie, and third gross was Androscoggin Bank’s staff of Ike Goodwin, Mark Holt, Chip Morrison, and Paul Soucie.
The Lincoln Financial workforce of Cole Teague, Mike Senecal, and Zachary Blakeman took first place internet, adopted by Theberge Acoustical in second place consisting of Paul Theberge, Tony Laplante, Greg Lajoie, and Ken Lajoie, and the Skowhegan Savings Bank group of Dan Tilton, John Witherspoon, Karl Strand, and Bob Turner positioned third.
The event featured closest-to-the-pin and longest drive contests. Closest-to-the-pin winners have been Cole Teague, Phil Mattingly, Walter O’Brien, and Jake Kilbreth, whereas the lads’s and women’s longest drive winners have been Karl Strand and Linda Cameron.
The occasion’s main sponsors have been Nason Mechanical Systems and Pine Tree Cellular.
Jill Gray, FCHN communications and fund improvement supervisor said, “We are delighted to have celebrated the 30th year of the Healthcare Golf Classic. Its longevity and success is due to the fantastic support from teams and players who take part each year, as well as the corporate sponsors that make this a successful event.”
The Martha B. Webber Breast Care Center, a program of Franklin Memorial Hospital, offers well timed entry to state-of-the-art breast most cancers screening, diagnostic, medical, and care help services. The Center, with places in Farmington and Livermore Falls, memorializes the Carrabassett Valley resident who died from breast most cancers.
The HCC and its cellular health unit use a coordinated public health strategy of schooling, health promotion, and outreach to enhance the health and well-being of space residents. HCC is an affiliate of Franklin Community Health Network.