Cookeville’s oldest charity tournament is back for its 39th year and focusing on raising funds to help with charitable care for cancer patients at Cookeville Regional. The tournament honors the memory of both Anne Cameron and Bobby Nichols.
The Anne Cameron Golf Classic is scheduled for June 14, 2014 at Ironwood Golf Course. Flights are scheduled for 7:30 a.m. with an afternoon flight handling any overflow. The format will be a four man scramble. Contests and Prizes will include longest drive, closest to the pin, first, second and third place for each flight.
“The tournament is a lot of fun and we are proud that it helps with charitable care for cancer patients in honor of Anne,” said William Cameron of Cameron & Young Attorney’s; and brother to Anne.
John Bell, executive director of the Foundation at CRMC shares his thoughts on the golf tournament, “The Anne Cameron Golf Classic is a great way for companies and civic groups to give back while having a great time. The funds raised at this tournament will have a huge impact on the lives of patients, and their families, relying on charitable care while dealing with cancer treatments.”
Pictured are: John Bell, Tim Stover, William Cameron, Lisa Bagci, Amanda Smith and Lindsey Cameron Gross.
The Foundation at CRMC is a 501(c)3 charitable non-profit organization and affiliate of Cookeville Regional Medical Center. Contributions are tax deductible to the full extent allowed by law.
To secure a place for a team or become a sponsor please call Lindsey Cameron Gross at 931-526-3366