Tee-up event a huge success
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To the Editor,

On behalf of Grace Cottage Hospital’s patients and employees, I would like to thank everyone who helped to make the fourth annual Tee Up for Health golf benefit such a huge success. Golfers (19 teams), sponsors, auction contributors, bidders and winners, volunteers, and the staff at Tater Hill Golf Club in Windham all pulled together on June 9 (one of the most picture-perfect days ever!) to raise, after expenses, more than $25,000 for Grace Cottage’s Patient Care Fund. Special thanks go to Jim Heal, who organized and ran the event, and Denise Choleva, who coordinated the online auction.

The event sponsor was The Richards Group; gold sponsors were Cerner Corporation and WKVT; the dinner sponsor was Elizabeth Walker; silver sponsors were Brattleboro Memorial Hospital, Brunelle & Son, e-PharmPro, and People’s United Bank; hole sponsors were Durand Motors, Grace Cottage Family Health, Dr. Walter Griffiths, Hickey Alignment & Repair, Howard Printing, IsabelPratt LLC, Dr. David and Dr. Kim Liebow, Mailrite, Northeast Delta Dental, Primmer, Piper, Eggleston and Cramer, Putney General Store, West River Dental, and The Windham Foundation. Additional sponsors were Cota and Cota, Lawton Flooring, and Dr. Timothy Shafer and Deborah Luskin.

Save the date for next year: Sunday, June 8, 2014.

Andrea Seaton, Executive Director

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