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Golfers raise funds during annual golf tournament

“Get Loud FORE! A Good Cause,” Samaritan Healthcare & Hospice’s 22nd Annual Golf Tournament, recently welcomed 173 golfers to Little Mill Country Club to raise funds and awareness for Samaritan’s not-for-profit services.

The tournament, sponsored by The Richardson Family Dealerships, raised more than $152,000 to help Samaritan provide care for community members coping with aging, serious illness or grief and to assist patients and their families live each day to the fullest with dignity, comfort and support.

“We are so grateful for the outpouring of support for this year’s tournament,” said Maryann Boccolini, Samaritan president and CEO.

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“This generosity allows Samaritan to care for uninsured patients and offer programs such as Palliative Medical Partners, Transitions, bereavement support and the comfort of services such as massage, music, pet and aroma therapies.”

The tournament’s theme centered on “getting loud” about Samaritan’ programs and services.

“We encouraged golfers to wear their most brightly colored shorts to show their support. Each pair of striped, polka-dotted or paisley-printed shorts helped Samaritan spread the message “loud and clear” that our expanded family of services is here to serve all who need us,” Samaritan Director of Development Robin Todd said.

“We are so grateful for the work of our golf committee, chaired by Roy Fazio of The Protocall Group and Cliff Mancine of Mancine Optical,” Boccolini said.

“The support of 80 sponsors and donors, 173 attendees and more than 50 volunteers means that Samaritan can say ‘yes’ to patients, families or clients who seek our services without regard to their ability to pay.”

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