On Monday, August 12th, the Cortland Country Club was the site for the
Cortland Memorial Foundation (CMF) 10th Annual Golf Classic. The event
attracted 88 golfers, as well as other invited guests, for a day of fun,
golf, and fine food. This year’s tournament proceeds benefit Cortland
Memorial Foundation, which supports programs and services at Cortland
Regional Medical Center. Thanks to the generosity of its many sponsors,
this year’s CMF Golf Classic profited over $90,000.
“We are extremely pleased with this successful event,” said
Debbie Nadolski, CMF Executive Director. “The medical center partners
with many businesses, corporations and organizations on a daily basis
who enable us to provide the best care possible for our patients. Some
of these corporate supporters are right here in the Cortland community,
others are based in the region or even elsewhere in the nation. They all
recognize what a fine medical center we have in Cortland and stepped up
to support the Golf Classic with financial contributions at various levels.”
A total of 71 businesses made contributions to the CMF Golf Classic. Twelve
of those contributed at the highest or “corporate sponsor” level:
- Emergency Medicine Physicians of Cortland County
- ENV Insurance Agency, LLC
- Excellus BlueCross BlueShield
- First Niagara Bank, N.A.
- I.B.E.W. LU 43 and Finger Lakes N.E.C.A.
- IPD: Engineering
- Health Direct Pharmacy/Kinney Drugs Foundation
- Prism Healthcare Partners, LLP
- Schopfer Architects, LLP
- Strategic Financial Services
- The Hayner Hoyt Corporation
- Wilson, Elser, Moskowitz, Edelman, & Dicker, LLP
Stephen Franco, Foundation Chairman, Dr. Patrick Hayes, a member of Cortland
Regional’s medical staff, and Thomas Gallagher, chairman of C.M.H.
Services, served as tri-chairs of the committee charged with organizing
the CMF Golf Classic.
Plans will begin later this year for the 11th Annual Cortland Memorial
Golf Classic slated for August 11, 2014.