Adirondack Health Foundation Golf Tournament raises $32,000 for Future of Care Campaign
LAKE PLACID – Under blue skies on a perfect summer day, the 22nd annual Adirondack Health Foundation Golf Tournament raised $32,000 for the Future of Care Campaign.
The Future of Care Campaign was launched to raise $12 million toward the cost to build a cutting-edge surgical services department in Saranac Lake and a new health and medical fitness facility in Lake Placid.
On Friday, July 21, 140 golfers spread out over The Lake Placid Club’s Links and Mountain courses. On the Links Course, Flight One top honors went to the Biesemeyer’s Adirondack Building and Contracting team of Bob Biesemeyer, David LeClair, David Nye and Dick Nye. Individual awards were presented to Dick Nye (closest to the pin), Bob Biesemeyer (men’s longest drive) and Jeannie Cross (women’s longest drive).
On the Mountain Course, the Adirondack Health team of Robert Curry, Brent Landis, Eric LaQuay and Mark Yamrick emerged as Flight Two winners, after settling a two-way tie. Individual awards were presented to Rick Greenbrier (closest to the pin), Lou Usherwood (men’s longest drive) and Lisa Wint (women’s longest drive).
Ian Fleury won the 50-50 raffle and generously donated his winnings back to the Adirondack Health Foundation.
To learn more about the Future of Care Campaign, visit www.futureofcarecampaign.org.
Biesemeyer’s Adirondack Building and Contracting team, Flight One winners of this year’s tournament (L – R) Dick Nye, David Nye, David LeClair and Bob Biesemeyer.
Adirondack Health team, Flight Two winners of this year’s tournament (L – R) Robert Curry, Mark Yamrick, Brent Landis and Eric LaQuay.