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CMH Foundation Benefit Golf Classic Raises Funds for Community Health (July 5, 2016)

The Calvert Memorial Hospital Foundation recently held its 27th annual Benefit Golf Classic at Old South Country Club in Lothian. A field of 148 players competed for top honors and raised nearly $71,000. Since the event began in 1990, it has raised $1.2 million to fund patient care equipment and vital hospital services.

This year’s proceeds will help fund a newly purchased mobile health unit that will travel throughout Calvert County, bringing community members access to dental and medical health care, as well as prevention and wellness programs.

Tournament Chair Pat Petricko was thrilled. She said, “Our success is entirely due to the incredibly generous sponsors, enthusiastic golfers and wonderful volunteers who come out year after year to support this great cause.”

CMH President and CEO Dean Teague expressed his gratitude to the golfers, sponsors, and employees who make it all possible. He said, “I hope you know that your contributions really make a difference in the care our hospital is able to provide to the community.” During his remarks, Teague singled out Ober l Kaler and American Radiology Services and American Radiology Associates who led the way with Master’s Club sponsorships.

He added, “We’d also like to recognize our generous Ryder Club sponsors-- All American Ambulance & Transport, Cornerstone Advisors, Columbia Bank, Leach Wallace, Networking Concepts, MedStar Health and Radio Shack of Prince Frederick.

Teague extended special thanks to Varsity Vending, Wanda DeBord of Title Max, LLC and to Pat Petricko/REMAX 100 for providing breakfast and lunch as well as Hole-in-One sponsors Bayside Auto Group, Dickinson Jewelers, Pat Petricko and Winegardner Buick Auto Group.

Taking first place in Division I was Mayur Patel, Ben Morris, Rij Patel, and Will Halamandris from American Radiology. Bucky Bowling, Tom Dennison, Mark MacDougall, and Jon Marlowe from SMECO capped the top slot in Division II. Michael Vergis, Brian Vermillion, Adam Burton, and Greg Kingston of Plan B Technologies, Inc. outpaced all contenders in Division III.

Golf Tournament Co-Chairs Pat Petricko (second from left) of Re/MAX 100 and Taylor DeBord (third from left) of Edward Jones Investments are pictured with Colt Miller (left) and Chad Smith (far right).

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