On Monday, April 28, the golf pros and staff of Prospect Bay Country Club welcomed 86 golfers who came to play in the 17th Annual Hospice of Queen Anne’s Golf Tournament. The golfers enjoyed a day of friendly competition while raising $20,000 that will be used to provide end of life care and grief support services for the patients and families served by Hospice of Queen Anne’s.
“We want to thank the golfers who played even though the day was gray and chilly, especially when the 9-hole tournament began at 9:00 am,” says Heather Guerieri, executive director for Hospice of Queen Anne’s. “For those of us tending holes and refilling coolers, all we saw were smiling faces and good cheer out on the course.”
Kenda Leager, development officer for Hospice of Queen Anne’s, adds, “We also thank the volunteers for the many hours they spent at the tournament and the many sponsors for their support. The generosity of many people contributed to the success of this event.”
For more information about Hospice of Queen Anne’s, visit www.hospiceofqueenannes.org.
Photo: The smiles of Liz Clarke, Winnie Sewell, Diane Newcomer and Carey Gates show the spirit of the golfers who came out to support the 17th Annual Hospice of Queen Anne’s Golf Tournament on April 28.