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Memorial Hospital of Bedford County Foundation Hosts 29th Annual Chili Open Golf Tournament

WHAT: Memorial Hospital of Bedford County Foundation’s 29th Annual Chili Open Golf Tournament
Registration includes a picnic-style lunch, snacks, dinner, beverages and player gifts. There also will be prizes for:

  • First, second and third place golfers for women and men
  • Hole in One
  • Closest to the Pin
  • Longest Drive
  • Additional raffles

WHY: Proceeds from the event stay in the community and will benefit the MHBC Foundation, which has a long tradition of helping UPMC Bedford Memorial Hospital maintain the highest quality care to its patients. Over the past 29 years, the annual Chili Open Golf Tournament has raised close to $200,000 to fund a scholarship program for Bedford County residents pursuing degrees in a health care field.
WHO:

  • Open to the public; registration required to participate in the tournament*
  • UPMC Bedford Memorial President Roger Winn and other executive staff
  • John Blackburn, III, chairman, UPMC Bedford Memorial Board, and other board members

WHEN: Friday, June 6

  • 10 a.m., registration
  • 11 a.m., scramble begins

WHERE: Down River Golf Course, 134 Rivers Bend Dr., Everett, Pa., 15537
Registration deadline is Friday, May 16.
*For more information, golf prices or to register your team, call Sandy Boyd at 814-623-3773.

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