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Golf Tournament Supports the Pitt Nursing School Endowed Chair in Oncology Nursing

WHAT: The University of Pittsburgh School of Nursing will host the Nancy Glunt Hoffman Memorial Golf Outing  to raise funds for the Nancy Glunt Hoffman Endowed Chair in Oncology Nursing, which supports highly visible academic research and clinical programs contributing to the fight against cancer.
All golfers will enjoy 18 holes of golf with a cart, a buffet lunch, course beverages, dinner and cash bar, a silent auction, and a variety of contests and prizes.
WHEN: Monday, July 13
• 11 a.m., Registration and putting greens open
• 11:30 a.m., Lunch
• 12:30 p.m., Shotgun start (scramble format)
• 5 p.m., Cocktails, dinner and awards to follow
• Individual: $300
• Golf Foursome: $1,200
• Premium Golf Foursome: $1,500
• Dinner Ticket: $75
WHY: J. Roger Glunt, an active Pitt volunteer and emeritus trustee, worked with the Pitt School of Nursing to establish the Nancy Glunt Hoffman Oncology Chair Fund to honor the memory of his sister, Nancy Glunt Hoffman, who passed away after a battle with cancer. Since Nancy’s death, Roger has dedicated his time and energy to raising money for this fund. Due to his diligence and commitment, the fund has reached $1.5 million. 
WHERE: Shannopin Country Club, 1 Windmere Road, Pittsburgh, Pa., 15202
Registration and sponsorship information is available by contacting Melanie Spain at 412-864-3058 or Golfer registration deadline is Friday, July 10.

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