Tournament raises $36k
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To the Editor,

Thanks to very generous sponsors, golfers, volunteers, and online auction bidders, Grace Cottage Hospital’s fifth annual Tee It Up for Health raised over $36,500 for Grace Cottage’s Patient Care Fund.

Thirty teams were in the tournament, held on Saturday, June 21 at The Hermitage Club at Haystack Mountain. The winning team was David Allbee, Chris Cobb, Martin Hill, and Lester Lynch. The second place team was John Streeter, Coop Bills, LindaJane Parson and Scott Cleary. In third place were Doug Danemiller, Jim Lindsay, Mark Lindsay, and Dan Neviackas.

Event sponsors were The Richards Group and The Hermitage Club at Haystack Mountain. The platinum sponsor was Elizabeth Walker; Silver Sponsors were Andy and Linda Barber, Brattleboro Memorial Hospital, Lawrence and Lober Electric Services, Multiview Corporation, People’s United Bank and Physician Toxicology. Hole sponsors were: Durand Motors, Five Maples, Gordon Hickey Alignment, Howard Printing, Northeast Delta Dental, Primmer Piper Eggleston and Cramer, Putney General Store and Pharmacy, Southern Vermont Podiatry, West River Family Dental, and Windham Foundation. Bronze Sponsors were Advance Notice Advertising, Lawton Floor Design, Morse Farm, and Patriot Insurance. The hole-in-one sponsors were Brattleboro Ford (nobody won the 2014 Ford Escape) and The Hermitage Club at Haystack Mountain (no winners of the $65,000 membership).

Special thanks to volunteer organizers Elizabeth Walker, Eileen Ranslow, Denise Choleva, Betsy Miller, and to The Hermitage Club’s golf pro Johnny Cleanthes and his staff.

C.J. King

Grace Cottage Hospital Foundation

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