Rosemary Smith Memorial Golf Tournament
Save the Date: Monday July 7th, 2014
The Massachusetts Nurses Foundation holds a Golf Tournament every year to benefit scholarship & research programs for nursing & healthcare professionals.
For details, contact Cindy Messia at 781-830-5745 or firstname.lastname@example.org, or visit our event page at golfdigestplanner.com.
The MNF’s “Helicopter Ball Drop!”
Part of the 2014 'Rosemary Smith RN' Memorial Golf Tournament
For each $25 ball donation, you will receive an email receipt telling you what “number” golf ball has been assigned to you. All numbered golf balls will then be released from a helicopter in front of the viewing crowd onto the target hole during the cocktail hour at the conclusion of the MNF’s annual golf tournament on July 7, 2014 at Indian Pond Country Club in Kingston, Mass.
The donation of $25 for a ball gives you the chance to be awarded up to $5,000 (amount based on total 1,000 balls sold or 20 percent of amount donated) if your ball is closest to the pin.
Golfing in the tournament is not necessary in order to participate in the ball drop and you do not have to be present to receive the awarded amount. You must be 21 years or older to donate and receive award. Non-golfers who donate towards a ball are welcome to attend the end-of-day reception/cocktail hour for an additional $35.
Interested in participating in the ball drop or golfing in the tournament? Contact Paul MacLellan at 781.718.0069 or email@example.com or register online at www.golfdigestplanner.com/24641-2014_MNF_Charity_Golf_Event.
For additional details or questions contact Cindy Messia at 781.830.5745 or firstname.lastname@example.org
About Rosemary Smith
||Rosemary Smith, RN
Rosemary Smith, throughout her career, was a Board member and supporter of the Massachusetts Nurses Foundation, a non-profit organization that raises money for nursing scholarships. Smith was a tenacious fundraiser for the organization, personally raising thousands of dollars to support the education of new entrants to the profession she loved.