Pictured above from l. to r.: Nolan Goolsby, Cameron, Goolsby, & Gross Attorneys at Law; Rena Armstrong, A-Z Office Resource, Bill Cameron and Lindsay Cameron-Gross, Cameron-Goolsby-Gross Attorneys at Law; Chad Westphal, GM at Rib City; Julianne Barrett and Katie Beth Case, Stovers Liquidation; Amanda Scott, Events Coordinator; John Bell, Foundation director; Luke Hill, CRMC Chief Legal Counsel.

Cookeville’s oldest charity golf event set for June 17

Cookeville – The 48th annual Anne Cameron Memorial Golf Tournament, Cookeville’s oldest charity golf event, is scheduled for Saturday, June 17 at Golden Eagle Golf Club in Cookeville. Breakfast will be served at 7:30 a.m. followed by an 8 a.m. tee time with a four-man scramble format. Lunch will be served after completion of play.

The presenting sponsor of the tournament is A-Z Office Resource, with additional co-sponsors Stovers Liquidation, Coca-Cola Bottling Group and Rib City. Contests and prizes will include longest drive, closest to the pin and a $10,000 hole-in-one competition. Prizes will also be awarded to first, second and third place teams.

Proceeds from the Anne Cameron Memorial Golf Tournament will go to the Upper Cumberland Cancer Patient Assistant Fund at the Cookeville Regional Charitable Foundation. To secure reservations for a team of four or become a sponsor in support of local cancer patients, please call Lindsay Cameron Gross at 931-526-3366 or Amanda Scott at 931-783-2003.

Information is available online at www.CookevilleRegionalCharity.org.

Cookeville Regional Medical Center Foundation is a 501c3 nonprofit organization leading the Upper Cumberland in building a healthier community by providing charitable aid for struggling patients, supporting charitable-health community programs, and investing in health care improvements at CRMC.

Learn more about the Foundation at CookevilleRegionalCharity.org or call 931-783-2003.

Photo courtesy of CRMC.

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