|Participate in our 9th Annual Cancer Outreach Golf Tournament
The Healthcare Trust of Mammoth Lakes, is hosting the 9th annual cancer golf benefit on Friday, June 22, 2012, at Sierra Star Golf Course in Mammoth Lakes to benefit Mammoth
Hospital. The Healthcare Trust's mission is to improve health care for residents and visitors in the Eastern Sierra by raising funds and awareness for the development of facilities, technologies,
and programs for Mammoth Hospital and clinics. With members of the community, the medical staff, the Mammoth Hospital Auxiliary, and hospital employees, the foundation's goal is to
reach a broader audience of those dedicated to supporting the mission of Mammoth Hospital.
The proceeds from this benefit tournament will help fund Mammoth Hospital's Cancer Outreach Program, which provides support, resources and financial assistance to cancer patients living
and working in Mono County. To register, please complete the registration form found here:
2012 Golf Tournament Registration Form and mail it to:
Healthcare Trust of Mammoth Lakes
P.O. Box 100, PMB #160
Mammoth Lakes, CA 93546
You can also drop it off at the Community Relations Department located at Mammoth Hospital. Limited to the first 144 players. Let all your friends and family know about our 9th annual
cancer golf benefit!
|Amazing Community Support for our 8th Annual Cancer Outreach Golf Tournament
Thank you to all sponsors and all players that came out to support our 8th Annual Cancer Outreach Golf Tournament. We couldn’t have done it without everyone who participated. Net proceeds totaled $38,000 another record-breaking year! All of your generous donations allow Mammoth Hospital to offer financial assistance, support and resources to cancer patients living or working in Mono County.
|Seventh Annual Cancer Outreach Golf Tournament breaks all the records
2010 saw the largest outpouring of support in the history of the annual Cancer Outreach Golf Tournament. From family, friends, and local residents to businesses and sponsors - all stepped up. The net proceeds brought in nearly $38,000 to assist local cancer patients traveling out of the area to receive cancer care. Those who gathered in support of local cancer survivor Brian Venneman saw firsthand what this fund means to the community and how cancer has touched all of us. On a gorgeous day at Sierra Star Golf Course, the full field of players was treated to one of the best days of golf in support of their community.
|Tournament Success in 2009
Once again the Cancer Outreach Golf Tournament was held on a beautiful Eastern Sierra day. This year’s event was a huge success, bringing in just over $19,000.
The Cancer Outreach Fund means so much to our organization, to the community, and we know it is only possible because of you. We are also most grateful during this time of economic challenges to be able to continue to support those in need of assistance. This year’s event was not immune to the struggles facing this country and it too saw a
reduction in sponsors and players, so to come only $2,000 short from last year’s totals is a great accomplishment! Mammoth Hospital would like to thank all those who helped this year, making this one of our most successful events every year.
||Another Successful Annual Golf Tournament for 2008
This year’s tournament was a huge success! Mammoth Hospital would like to thank our community and businesses who so generously supported the 5th annual Cancer Outreach Golf Tournament. From our host, Brian Venneman - local cancer survivor, to Sierra Star Golf Course and all our players, volunteers and sponsors who helped us bring in more than $21,000 in net proceeds!
|Fourth Annual Cancer Outreach Golf Tournament a Huge Success
On Friday, June 22, 2007, more than 144 players showed up to have fun and to take a swing against cancer; the weather and Sierra Star Golf Course were both in magnificent condition. Net proceeds totaled a little over $20,000 which will assist local cancer patients traveling out of the area to receive cancer care. Local cancer survivor, Brian Venneman, celebrated his victory over cancer by hosting Mammoth Hospital’s fourth annual event. Brian was a recipient of these funds four years ago and wanted to show his appreciation to Mammoth Hospital in addition to show his support to local cancer patients.
||Third Annual Golf Benefit a Success - 2006
What a fantastic day for golf. The weather was perfect, the course was in pristine condition, the players were ready to play, and it was all for a great cause.
Local cancer survivor, Brian Venneman, hosted Mammoth Hospital’ third annual Cancer Outreach Golf Tournament to raise money and awareness for the hospital’s cancer outreach programs. These funds help offset travel expenses for local cancer patients receiving cancer care out of the area. Brian was a recipient of these funds three years ago and wanted to show his appreciation and give back to Mammoth Hospital. This was his third year hosting the tournament in celebration of his victory over cancer.
Net proceeds from this year’s event totaled close to $20,000.
Thank you to Sierra Star Golf Club, Brian Venneman, all the volunteers, the players, and the cancer outreach committee for such a great event. For more information on future tournaments or to make a donation, please contact Bubby Greene at (760) 924-4128.
||Second Annual Golf Benefit A Huge Success - June 24, 2005|
We couldn’t have asked for a better day... the weather was fabulous, the golf course was beautiful, and everyone was excited to play. It was opening day for Sierra Star Golf Club in Mammoth Lakes with 149 participants in support of Mammoth Hospital Cancer Outreach Program on June 24, 2005.
We would like to thank Brian Venneman, local cancer survivor, for leading us into another successful benefit raising proceeds of $19,000. This money will assist Mono and Inyo County cancer patients that travel out of the area to receive cancer care; it will help offset their traveling costs for meals, gasoline, and lodging needs. Financial assistance to local cancer patients have totaled $31,000 from this fund since last year’s golf tournament.
Congratulations to Scott Daniels, JetBlue Champion. Scott was closest to the pin for the $1 million hole-in-one shoot-out and won two roundtrip airline tickets from JetBlue Airways.
The Healthcare Trust of Mammoth Lakes would like to thank Sierra Star Golf Club, host Brian Venneman, the golf participants, the many volunteers, the hole sponsors, the raffle gift donators, JetBlue Airways, event sponsor OnFile, and the Mammoth Hospital Cancer Outreach Committee for another successful cancer golf benefit. For more information or to make a donation, contact community relations director Bubby Greene at 924-4128.
Tournament - June 25, 2004
Family, friends and local residents
gathered in support for local cancer survivor Brian Venneman at Mammoth Hospital
Foundation’s first cancer benefit tournament on June 25th. The
tournament was in celebration of one year cancer free for Brian; money raised
will support the hospital’s Cancer Outreach Program that offers financial
assistance, support, and resources to cancer patients living in Mono and Inyo
Counties. Brian was a recipient of funds from the outreach program and this was
his way of giving back to Mammoth Hospital. Over the past year, we have donated
$6,600 to assist local cancer patients.
Thanks to Snowcreek golf course, the Town’s Department of Tourism and
Recreation, Grumpy’s, all players, sponsors, volunteers, and in-kind donators for their generosity making this year’s event a huge success. We raised over