Save the Date! Abben Cancer Center Golf Classic Set for Aug. 25th

posted on Thursday, July 11, 2019 in Foundation

Providing an opportunity for fun, fellowship and philanthropy, the Abben Cancer Center Golf Classic will take place at Emerald Hills Golf Club on Sunday, Aug. 25. Currently, committee members who represent a number of communities in the region are seeking sponsors, auction items and golfers.

 “Year after year we are witness to the generosity from many individuals and regional businesses that support the work of Abben Cancer Center,” commented Mindy Gress, director of the Spencer Regional Healthcare Foundation. “While we hate that cancer services are needed, the success of this event speaks to the gratitude we all share in having these facilities available locally.”

Businesses can choose from a variety of sponsorship levels. A bronze level sponsorship offers brand recognition in event marketing materials as well as an individual personalized sign on the course. Silver, gold and platinum level sponsorships afford donors the opportunity to join in golf for the event, and in some cases include complimentary green fees.

“We have a support level to fit everyone’s donation budget,” said Gayle Brandt, committee member. “Some businesses choose to sponsor a hole sign while others opt to do a larger sponsorship which includes joining us for the day’s activities. All levels of support are beneficial and much appreciated. We encourage anyone not already involved to contact us. We can never have too much support.”

Individuals are also encouraged to get involved. As an individual, you may opt to donate an item or service for the charity auction, or to register a team for the day of golf.  

“Each year we have 144 golfers that play 18 holes of golf to support an important community service,” said Randy Rohlfsen, owner and golf pro at Emerald Hills Golf Course. “Additionally, we feed you lunch and supper, offer on-course games and chances to win prizes. It’s always a great day.”

To learn more about how you can make a difference, call Mindy Gress, director of the Spencer Regional Healthcare Foundation at 712-264-6226.