St. Anthony Community Hospital sets the date for golf and tennis classic

Proceeds will benefit the Medical Equipment and Technology Fund


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  • Members of the St. Anthony Community Hospital annual Golf and Tennis Classic, from left, Molly Riordan, Bob Yates, director of Radiology Bon Secours Charity Health System, Orange County facilities; Stacey Wilson, co-chair Jane Brief, Geoffrey Green, co-chair Frank Petrucci, Barbara Sullivan and co-chair Doug Stage. Committee members Amy Noteboom, Garrett Durland and Leo Kaytes were not present for the photograph.



WARWICK — Putt and play for a purpose.

St. Anthony Community Hospital will hold its annual Golf and Tennis Classic on Wednesday, Sept. 14, at the Warwick Valley Country Club on Oakland Ave..

Tickets to this event are expected to sell out quickly. A variety of sponsorship opportunities ranging from $125 to $5,000 are also still available.

Established in 1958, the Warwick Valley Country Club consists of a nine-hole golf course with 18 tee boxes and four state-of-the-art hydro-fed soft tennis courts, which afford players extended play without fatigue. The club also features a spacious dining room with a picturesque view and full service bar.

During the Classic, golfers and players receive a variety of amenities. Special raffles, prizes and awards presentations are planned for the late afternoon activities and a cash bar will be open for a cocktail hour before dinner.

Cost to golf in the 18-hole scramble is $175 per individual, which includes green fees, cart, lunch, dinner and the awards ceremony.

The tennis round robin/clinic is $110 per person and includes tennis professionals on-site, courtside refreshments and dinner. Cocktail and dinner guests who choose not to golf or play tennis are also invited to attend the event for $65 per person.

For additional information about sponsorship opportunities or to reserve your spot, contact event chairs Doug Stage at 845-987-0383, Jane Brief at 561-596-5588 or Frank Petrucci at 845-258-8061


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