Chester River Health Foundation’s Sporting Clays Tournament Benefits Hospital Nurses & Patients
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The eighth annual John E. George Memorial Sporting Clays Tournament will be held on Sunday, October 17, 2010, at Hopkins Game Farm in Worton, Maryland. This year’s tournament is again being generously sponsored by David A. Bramble, Inc.
“Proceeds from this year’s event will help purchase nine portable vital signs monitors for the inpatient nursing staff of Chester River Hospital Center,” said Maryann Ruehrmund, executive director of the Chester River Health Foundation. “Our goal is to raise $25,000 to completely pay for this new technology, which will greatly assist our nurses in performing their duties.”
The tournament will feature a European start. Registration begins at 9:00 a.m. and all shooters must be on the course by noon. Prizes will be awarded for high overall, Lewis classes as well as top ladies, seniors (60+ years of age), and juniors (under 17 years of age). Cash option side games will be available as well.
A delicious picnic-themed lunch will be catered by Jeff Carroll of Amuse Bouche, a local catering business. Additionally, all participants will be entered into a drawing for a chance to win a Remington 1187 (Camo) Sportsman Super Mag Waterfowl Shotgun (valued at $1000).
Registration forms for participation and sponsorship are available online at www.chesterriverhealth.org. Registrations received by Friday, October 9, will receive a $25 discount.
For more information, please contact Debra Lauser, development officer, at the Foundation’s office at (410) 810-5661 or by email at: firstname.lastname@example.org.
The Chester River Health Foundation is a 501(c)(3) not-for-profit charitable organization, which raises funds that steward the future of health care excellence for the people served locally by the Chester River Hospital Center, Chester River Manor, and Chester River Home Care & Hospice.
The Bramble sporting clay team from left to right: Jim Burgess, Karl Zierfuss, Danny Bramble and Megan Bramble-Qwings. David A. Bramble, Inc., a local Kent county business, has a been a tournament sponsor since 2002.