Highpoint Health Golf Tournament Raises $33K

Proceeds will support the work of Highpoint Health and the Highpoint Health Foundation.

Tonda Denton (left) and Krista Ricketts enjoy a sunny morning of play at the Highpoint Health Foundation Golf Tournament. Photo provided. 

(Lawrenceburg, Ind.) - Despite the threat of heavy rain all week, the day of the Highpoint Health Foundation Golf Tournament turned out to be gorgeous, with 18 teams testing their skills on the fairways and greens of Sugar Ridge Golf Club.

“This year’s event was an even bigger success than last year’s tournament,” said Sarah Siegrist, Highpoint Health Director of Charitable Development and Fundraising.  “Together with sponsors, donors and golfers, the 2019 Highpoint Health Foundation Golf Tournament raised more than $33,500 to support the work of Highpoint Health and the Highpoint Health Foundation.  We would like to thank all our sponsors, especially our co-sponsor, Fifth Third Bank.”

In addition to Fifth Third, event sponsors included:

  • Awards and Trophies--Hall, Render, Killian, Heath & Lyman
  • Beverage Sponsor--Waltz Business Solutions
  • Cash Donations--Los Primos Mexican Restaurant and Rullman Hunger Funeral Home
  • Closest to the Pin--Professional Fundraising Counsel, Inc., and Course Printing
  • Front Nine--Dearborn Savings Bank
  • Golf Carts--CalComm Indiana
  • Hole Sponsors--Banta Electric, Cardinal Office Products, Champlin Architecture, Dearborn County Chamber of Commerce, DeVille Pharmacies, Evolution creative solutions, Friendship State Bank, Frost-Arnett, Haag Ford, Home Furniture, Ivy Tech Foundation, Logan Supermart, Medline Industries, Seitz Insurance Agency and Weas Engineering
  • In-kind Sponsor--Signarama
  • Welcome Package--Civista Bank.

Earning first place in the tournament was Team Auer, sponsored by Ortho Cincy.  Receiving second place was Team Haas, sponsored by Fifth Third Bank; and in third place was Team McAndrews, sponsored by Hall, Render, Killian, Heath & Lyman.  Winners of Closest to the Pin were Case Kiefer and Carl Goodin, Jr., and winners of the Furthest Drive were Austin Mahoney and Krista Ricketts.


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