Eleanor Widener Dixon Clinic Benefits from Successful MCMH Schoodic Scramble
More than $24,000 was raised at the 2018 Maine Coast Memorial Hospital Schoodic Scramble Golf Tournament and Auction to refurbish patient exam rooms at the Eleanor Widener Dixon Memorial Clinic in Gouldsboro.
88 golfers came out to play 18 holes at Grindstone Neck, one of the most stunning courses in the Northeast. The tournament was followed by a lively auction featuring scenic flights of Acadia, plane tickets to Boston, gift certificates, artwork, gift baskets, and more.
Prize winners included:
First Place Men’s: Scot Walker, Clay Halliday, Warren Walker, Parker Walker
Second Place Men’s: Jack Martel, Matt LaHaye, Jim Sawyer, Matt Harkins
First Place Women’s: Rebecca Sargent, Sandy Salsbury, Rhonda Boynton, Audrey Leavitt
Second Place Women’s: Judy Tillis, Kay Grala, Lee Hannan, Kathy Kramer
First Place Mixed: Jack Swope, Cindy Geer, Dave Johnson, Joey Malloy
Second Place Mixed: Melissa Tracy, Chuck Hodge, Gail Belanger, Irvin Belanger
Every dollar raised will support family medicine services on the Schoodic Peninsula, including women’s healthcare, geriatric care, newborn and pediatric care, lab work, x-rays, immunizations, and more.
“The community’s support of local healthcare services is vital,” said John Ronan, president, Maine Coast Memorial Hospital. “That’s why we’re grateful for the tournament sponsors and golfers who join us every year. Thank you for spending a day on the golf course with us and helping us provide quality care to families on the Peninsula.”
To learn more about Maine Coast Memorial Hospital and the Eleanor Widener Dixon Memorial Clinic, visit https://northernlighthealth.org/Maine-Coast-Hospital.