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Tomah Health Community Foundation Golf Event Aug. 4

Tomah Health Community Foundation president Brian Eirschele, left, CCF Bank president Lucas Schulte, and Taphouse Twenty owner Tyson Koput pose at the hole #1 tee at Hiawatha Golf Club. CCF Bank is the major sponsor of the event, while Taphouse Twenty is this year’s $25,000 hole-in-one contest sponsor. The bank is also sponsoring a $5,000 putting contest. The 27th annual outing will be held Aug. 4 at the Hiawatha Golf Club.

The Tomah Health Community Foundation is teeing up details of this year’s annual golf outing to support area wellness.

Foundation president Brian Eirschele said this year’s golf outing is scheduled Aug. 4 at the Hiawatha Golf Club, Tomah. “We are very excited to continue a 27 year tradition with our annual golf outing which is our largest fundraising activity to enhance wellness and health care in our area,” Eirschele said.

He said golfers can register for the 18-hole team scramble, which will also include a $25,000 hole-in-one event sponsored by Tap House Twenty of Tomah, and $5,000 putting contest supported by CCF Bank – this year’s outing sponsor. “It has been one of the premiere golf events over the years and we are looking forward to another wonderful event as a way to continue our mission to support local health care and wellness programs.”

Over the past year’s the event has helped to financially support activities of the Tomah Health – Viterbo Foot Care Clinic, Neighbor to Neighbor Food Pantry of Tomah, Second Harvest Food Bank, Monroe County Health Dept., and Treasured Chests of Monroe County.

Eirschele added that the outing will also feature silent and live auctions, a social hour and catered dinner.

Golf team registration has been mailed to past teams, but Eirschele said that new teams are welcome to take part.

For a Team Registration Form, CLICK HERE


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