Foundation Updates | Published June 8, 2009

Mount Nittany Golf Classic Committee Announces More Chances to Win

Mount Nittany Medical Center’s Golf Classic Committee has announced its first ever Golf Raffle to benefit Mount Nittany Medical Center’s Cancer Program*. The grand prize includes golfing at Tom’s Run Golf Course at Chestnut Ridge Country Club, located in Blairsville, PA, a $50 Sheetz gas card, and hotel accommodations for four at The Hampton Inn at Chestnut Ridge. In addition to the grand prize, there are 14 other chances to win golf rounds at regional courses.
Raffle tickets are available now through the day of the 19th Annual Mount Nittany Medical Center Golf Classic Awards Dinner on August 15, 2009. Prizes will be drawn during the 19th Annual Mount Nittany Medical Center Golf Classic Awards’ Dinner on August 15 at the Penn State Golf Courses. Raffle tickets are $25 and can be purchased from any Golf Classic Committee member or Burning Tee Golf League member, or by contacting The Foundation for Mount Nittany Medical Center at 814.234.6777 or golf@mountnittany.org. Winners need not be present to win.
For more information on the raffle or this year’s Mount Nittany Medical Center Golf Classic, log onto foundation.mountnittany.org.
Grand prize: Round of golf for four at Tom’s Run Golf Course at Chestnut Ridge Country Club, located in Blairsville, PA;, two rooms for one night at the Hampton Inn at Chestnut Ridge; and a $50 Sheetz Gift Card.
Other prizes: More than 14 chances to win rounds of golf at the following locations: Clinton Country Club, Corey Creek Golf Club, Down River Golf Course, Elks Country Club, Hanover Country Club, Hershey Golf Collection, Huntingdon Country Club, The Links at Nemacolin, Penn State Golf Courses, Philipsburg Country Club, Sinking Valley Country Club, Toftrees Country Club, Sunnehanna Country Club, and Treasure Lake Golf Course.
*A portion of the proceeds will benefit Penn State Golf Courses’ Burning Tee Golf League, whose members are assisting in the sale of the raffle tickets.

The Foundation’s 21st Annual Golf Tournament raised $150,000 for the new Cancer Center.

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