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Charles E. Copeland Golf Outing/Fundraiser Registration Open ‘Fore’ the Public

WHAT:  The 2015 Charles E. Copeland Golf Outing, which honors Dr. Copeland’s legacy as the founding physician of the UPMC Mercy Burn Center.
• $175/golfer
• $650/foursome
• $60 dinner only
To register, contact Amanda Stith at 412-232-5828 or Golfer registration deadline is Friday, May 22.
WHY: Now in its fourth year, this annual golf outing raises funds for the Charles E. Copeland Burn Fund, which supports the work of the Gertrude P. and Donald C.W. Birmingham Trauma and Burn Center at UPMC Mercy.
WHEN: Monday, June 1, 2015
• 10 a.m., Registration
• 11 a.m., Lunch
• 12 p.m., Shotgun Start, Scramble Format
• Cocktail Hour, Dinner and Awards to follow
WHERE: Edgewood Country Club, 100 Churchill Rd., Pittsburgh, Pa., 15235

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