Hospital Foundation to Hold Golf Tournament July 12


Harrison County Community Hospital Foundation will host its annual golf tournament at the Bethany Country Club on Friday, July 12. Registration begins at 8:00 am, with a shotgun start at 9:00 am.

The tournament will award $2,100 in prize money over three flights, and golfers have a chance to win $25,000 and other prizes for a hole-in-one.

Registration for the 18-hole, two-person scramble is $100 per person, or $200 per team. Golf carts are available for an additional rental fee. Registration includes 18 holes of golf, lunch and snacks, beverages, giveaways and the chance to win great prizes.

A variety of sponsorship levels are also available for businesses, organizations and individuals who would like to support the event.

“Through the generous support of our sponsors and golfers, the tournament has been one of the Foundation’s most successful fundraising events,” said Tim Hill, who organizes the annual event.

The HCCH Foundation is a 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization which raises funds to support the hospital and its medical clinics in Harrison County. Contributions to the Foundation are tax-deductible to the full extent allowed by law.

Proceeds from past golf tournaments have helped purchase a variety of items for the hospital, including defibrillators, equipment for the CT scanner, exercise equipment for the cardiac rehabilitation program, two patient transport vans, a steam table and oven for the kitchen, physical therapy equipment, and artwork for one of the hospital's busy hallways. 

This year the Foundation is raising funds to purchase a treadmill and related cardiac stress testing equipment for the busy Cardiopulmonary Services Department and outpatient Cardiac Clinic. Physicians and medical practitioners order cardiac stress tests to assess a patient’s heart function and risk for heart disease.

For more information about the golf tournament or to sign up, call (660) 425-0292.

More information: Download or print the Sponsorship & Registration Form.

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