SMH Foundation Hosts Successful Event at The Powder Horn Golf Course
On Friday, June 23rd, a successful fundraising event took place at The Powder Horn Golf Course, where over 100 golfers and volunteers came together to raise awareness and funds for patient care programs at Sheridan Memorial Hospital (SMH). While the weather forecast called for rain, the day was perfect for The Foundation’s 14th Annual Golf Tournament.
Perfect Weather and Remarkable Turnout: Highlights of the 14th Annual Golf Tournament
This year, the tournament was a great success, raising over $15,000 to support our hospital’s area of greatest need and further enhance patient-centered care in our community. The event has a remarkable history of raising over $300,000 to support excellent patient care. As a result of past tournaments, funds have been allocated to various crucial projects, including the Intensive Care Unit, Cardiac Care, Cath Lab, the Patient GAP Fund, which aids in patients’ recovery after their hospital stay, and several other department projects. We are incredibly grateful for the generous contributions from major sponsors such as D.A. Davidson, Ebzery Family Foundation, First Federal Bank & Trust, First Interstate Bank, Intermountain Health, Kennon, O’Dell Construction, Powder River Heating & AC, and Range, who played a significant role in ensuring the success of this year’s event.
Celebrating the Winners
Congratulations to the tournament winners, Doug Moore, Kevin Bailey, DJ Dearcorn, and Randy Warnke, who clinched the first-place team title. We also want to recognize Teal Kaufman and Troy Barker for their impressive performance in the closest-to-the-pin contest and Mistee Elliot and Greg Hansen for their exceptional long drives.
Gratitude for Community Support
“The SMH Foundation is fortunate to have such tremendous support from the community and the way these funds will enhance healthcare services in the area,” shared Cody Sinclair, the Chief Development Officer. “On behalf of The Foundation board and staff, I want to share our heartfelt gratitude for the sponsors, participants, and volunteers that made this event such an incredible success as we afforded even more opportunities to provide excellent patient-centered care to our community.”
To join The Foundation and support future events, visit sheridanhospital.org/foundation.