Golf tournament comes to the valley
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WILMINGTON- The Masters in the Mountains Golf Tournament is coming to the Deerfield Valley. Join Southwestern Vermont Health Care at the first annual Masters in the Mountains Golf Tournament on Monday, July 28. This year’s tournament is being held at the Hermitage Golf Club, promises to be a day filled with exciting prizes, including a “hole-in-one” contest for a club membership from the Hermitage and a car from Carbone Automotive in Bennington. Enjoy a great day of golf, all while supporting a great cause.

The tournament co-chairs are both residents of the Deerfield Valley: Charles LaFiura, a member of the SVHC Foundation Board, and Bruce Mullen, a member of the SVHC Board of Trustees. Proceeds from this year’s tournament will be used to enhance health care services exclusively at SVHC’s Deerfield Valley Campus.

The SVHC Foundation supports the vision of Southwestern Vermont Health Care and its unique opportunity to create a model of care for the entire country.

Only a couple of tee times are left for this wonderful event. Sponsorship and foursome packages for the tournament include greens fees for four, use of a golf cart, complimentary gift, continental breakfast, lunch buffet, and awards barbecue following the tournament.

For more information about becoming a sponsor or forming a team contact (802) 447-5088, Mullen at (802) 464-9982, or LaFuira at (802) 348-7224.

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