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St. Anthony Community Hospital Annual Golf and Tennis Classic Raises Over $20,000

St. Anthony Community Hospital Golf and Tennis Classic 4 Net Proceeds to Benefit the Medical Equipment and Technology Fund

St. Anthony Community Hospital in Warwick, NY held its annual Golf and Tennis Classic on Wednesday, September 17, at the Warwick Valley Country Club on Oakland Avenue.

It was a picture perfect day for the outing with mild temperatures and blue skies that added to the enjoyment of the 67 golfers and 17 tennis players who participated in the first combined event.

The net proceeds of $12,000 will be used to benefit the Bon Secours Warwick Health Foundation Medical Equipment and Technology Fund.

Co-Chairs of this year’s event were Frank Petrucci, Doug Stage and Tennis Chair Jane Brief.

“Combining these two activities into a coordinated fundraiser was a first for the Bon Secours Warwick Health Foundation,” said Petrucci. “And by all accounts the day was a tremendous success. We exceeded our fundraising goal and will contribute the proceeds raised at this event to the Medical Equipment and Technology Fund at St. Anthony Community Hospital.”

Established in 1958, the Warwick Valley Country Club consists of a nine-hole golf course with 18 tee boxes and four state-of-the-art Hydro-Fed soft tennis courts, which afford players extended play without fatigue. The club also features a spacious dining room with a picturesque view and full service bar.

During the Classic golfers and players received a variety of amenities including drinks delivered directly to the participants, lunch at the club and a shrimp and clam bar on the course. Special raffles, prizes and awards were presented during a ceremony following a cocktail hour and dinner.

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The winners of the Scramble Format, lowest score, were the men’s foursome, sponsored by Certified Financial Services and Lehman & Getz Engineering, of Will Roerden, Mike McSweeney, Jeremy Valentine and Brian Friedler and the ladies foursome, sponsored by Meadowcrest Associates, of Barbara Sullivan, Jo-Ann Daly, Maureen Kohler and Katie Bisaro.

The winners of the Round robin Tennis doubles tournament were Carl Grunewald and Linda Stephan.

Although some golfers came close, no one was lucky enough to win the hole-in-one prize, a brand new car courtesy of Leo Kaytes Ford.

Warwick Health Foundation to Hold Holiday House Tour in December

Winding Through Warwick, the region’s most beloved holiday home tour, returns this December with a self-guided tour of six exceptional homes decked in all their holiday splendor to celebrate the Christmas season!

Join us as these generous homeowners open the doors of their festively decorated homes on Friday evening, December 5 and Saturday, December 6 to benefit the residents of Mount Alverno Center. Each home will showcase its holiday collections, décor and entertainment ideas — a reflection of the homeowner’s individual taste and traditions. To add to the festivities, each home will feature live holiday music performed by Warwick Valley High School student musicians. A silent auction of specially decorated wreaths is also planned, as well as a raffle of three unique specialty gift baskets.

Presented by the Warwick Health Foundation, all proceeds will benefit the Make This House a Home initiative to support improvements to living spaces at Mount Alverno Center. The planned updates to the center will add a comfortable, at home feeling for residents and support Bon Secours Charity Health System Mission of providing Good Help To Those in Need ®.

To compliment this tour, plan to spend a lovely day in Warwick with a visit to the town’s many specialty shops and fine restaurants, decorated festively for the holiday season! A special shopping and dining section will be included in the tour’s program journal.

Tickets are $85 per person for the Friday evening Twilight Tour which begins at 4 pm, and includes a cocktail reception at the Chateau Hathorn from 7 – 9 pm. Tickets for the Saturday tour from 10 am to 4 pm, are $40 and include a continental breakfast.

For more information and ticket purchases, visit www.windingthroughwarwick.com or call 845.986.4141.

Winding Through Warwick is sponsored by:

St Anthony Community Hospital Medical Staff

Green Team Home Selling System

Dr. and Mrs. John Juliano

Morrison Healthcare Food Services

 

 

Good Samaritan Foundation to Host “Pedal for a Purpose” Event to Help Support Center for Breast Health

Stationary Bike Spin-A-Thon to be Held May 2 at RevRyder Spin Studio in Sloatsburg, NY

Book your bike, burn calories and feel good about the workout and great about the cause.

On Friday evening, May 2, Good Samaritan Foundation will host a “Pedal for a Purpose” indoor bicycle spin-a-thon to help support the Center for Breast Health at Good Samaritan Regional Medical Center in Suffern, NY.

Three 60-min. rides beginning at 4:15 p.m. and ending at 7:15 p.m. will be held at the RevRyder Spin Studio, 174 Route 17 North in Sloatsburg, NY.

Men and women of all fitness levels can register on line at www.bschsf.org/spin. The

$25 donation for each class entitles each rider to a fun, exciting and healthful workout along with prizes and refreshments. And each ryde will have special surprises that will move and inspire you.

Space is limited so please register early and no later than April 29.

Sponsorship opportunities and team registration are also available and whether you’re in the saddle or supporting a cyclist the funds raised will continue to support services to improve the quality of life for patients at the Center for Breast Health through early detection, diagnosis and treatment.

Breast health is every woman’s concern and The Center for Breast Health at Good Samaritan Regional Medical Center, serving women in lower New York State, eastern Pennsylvania and northern New Jersey, offers one of the most advanced programs for diagnosing and treating virtually any breast health issue.

The Good Samaritan Foundation is the voice of philanthropy for Good Samaritan Regional Medical Center.