HDH golf outing raises more than $13,000


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The first place team members at the HDH Foundation Golf Outing were, from left, Terry Thomas, Dr. Christopher Lawley, Dr. Brian Jolitz and Kyle Fulk. Also shown are Vicki Rhude, left, chairman of the HDH Foundation Board of Directors, and Cathy Jones, right, HDH Foundation director.

The first place team members at the HDH Foundation Golf Outing were, from left, Terry Thomas, Dr. Christopher Lawley, Dr. Brian Jolitz and Kyle Fulk. Also shown are Vicki Rhude, left, chairman of the HDH Foundation Board of Directors, and Cathy Jones, right, HDH Foundation director.


On a gorgeous Friday in Greenfield, 29 teams teed it up for a good cause at the annual Highland District Hospital Foundation Golf Outing at Buckeye Hills Country Club.

At the end of the day, more than $13,000 was raised to support the HDH GreatER Care Campaign. This campaign, which began in 2016 and will continue until 2020, is an effort to raise over $1.5 million toward the renovation and expansion of the emergency department at Highland District Hospital in Hillsborto. Prior to the event, $1,224,159 had been raised.

“We had wonderful support from the community and it turned out to be a gorgeous day for golf,” HDH Foundation Director Cathy Jones said. “We would like to thank the 29 teams that played.”

Team Dr. Jolitz/Dr. Lawley consisting of Dr. Brian Jolitz, Dr. Christopher Lawley, Terry Thomas and Kyle Fulk won the four-person scramble.

“This was another fun and successful event,” Jones said. “Thanks to each and every hospital employee and foundation board volunteer who helped make this event possible. In addition, we could not have reached this level of success without the support of the the event sponsors.”

The event sponsor was Southwestern Pathology, Inc.

The food sponsor was Alta Partners, LLC.

Tournament sponsors were Davis Law Office/Preferred Midwest Title, Heskett Insurance Agency, Turner & Son Funeral Home, First State Bank, Edgington Funeral Home, KFC, Keybridge, The Graves Family, Southern State Community College, Industrial Thermal, Tri-State Centers for Sight, Dr. Leah McConnaughey and Dr. Kristopher Ballard, LaForce, Peoples Bank, EAST Ambulance, Single Office Stop, Buckeye Ambulance, BKD, ComDoc, Wilmington Savings Bank, the Gunderman Family, Dr. Cotten, Shred-It, HDH Pain Management Center, Merchants National Bank, Wellers Plumbing & Heating, Hospice of Hope, Edward Jones Investments – John Knechtly, Barry and Wendy Bernard, Doug Wagoner Insurance, Donald E. Fender Realtors, and TeamHealth.

In-kind Donors were: The Laurels of Hillsboro, Merchants National Bank, AVI Foods, US Foods, Ponderosa, Dairy Queen, Bob and Cathy Jones, Buckeye Country, Kroger, Larry’s Party Shop, Steve and Susan Thompson, Jeff and Vicki Rhude, The Thirsty Scholar, Todd and Mary Beth Heskett, Southern State Community College, Batter Up Bakery, WVNU, First Financial Bank, Buckeye Hills Country Club, Chad Abbott Signs, and Corner Pharmacy

Raffle tickets for a 4×4 John Deere Gator were also available at the event. The gator, sponsored by the HDH Foundation and Five Points Implement Company, will be raffled off on Dec. 9 at the annual Hillsboro Holiday Ball. The gator will be on display in the hospital lobby and tickets are available for purchase at the hospital in both the gift shop and administration office.

For more information on the HDH Foundation or the GreatER Care Campaign, call Cathy Jones at 937-393-6360 or email her at cjones@hdh.org.

Submitted by Ashlee Cheesboro, HDH marketing coordinator.

The first place team members at the HDH Foundation Golf Outing were, from left, Terry Thomas, Dr. Christopher Lawley, Dr. Brian Jolitz and Kyle Fulk. Also shown are Vicki Rhude, left, chairman of the HDH Foundation Board of Directors, and Cathy Jones, right, HDH Foundation director.
https://www.timesgazette.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/33/2017/06/web1_Golf-Outing-pic.jpgThe first place team members at the HDH Foundation Golf Outing were, from left, Terry Thomas, Dr. Christopher Lawley, Dr. Brian Jolitz and Kyle Fulk. Also shown are Vicki Rhude, left, chairman of the HDH Foundation Board of Directors, and Cathy Jones, right, HDH Foundation director.

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