Golf tourney benefits HCMH Foundation


Hugh Chatham Memorial Hospital CEO Paul Hammes, center, joins Mark Nieters of Clemmons Financial Group, left, and Brent Slate, director of plant operations at Hugh Chatham, at the 25th Hugh Chatham Memorial Hospital Foundation Golf Classic held recently at Cedarbrook Country Club. A total of 280 golfers played in the tournament, which had morning and afternoon shotgun starts. Proceeds will support the hospital foundation’s initiative to put portable automated external defibrillators (AEDs) into community organizations and churches around the region.


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Hugh Chatham Memorial Hospital CEO Paul Hammes, center, joins Mark Nieters of Clemmons Financial Group, left, and Brent Slate, director of plant operations at Hugh Chatham, at the 25th Hugh Chatham Memorial Hospital Foundation Golf Classic held recently at Cedarbrook Country Club. A total of 280 golfers played in the tournament, which had morning and afternoon shotgun starts. Proceeds will support the hospital foundation’s initiative to put portable automated external defibrillators (AEDs) into community organizations and churches around the region.

Hugh Chatham Memorial Hospital CEO Paul Hammes, center, joins Mark Nieters of Clemmons Financial Group, left, and Brent Slate, director of plant operations at Hugh Chatham, at the 25th Hugh Chatham Memorial Hospital Foundation Golf Classic held recently at Cedarbrook Country Club. A total of 280 golfers played in the tournament, which had morning and afternoon shotgun starts. Proceeds will support the hospital foundation’s initiative to put portable automated external defibrillators (AEDs) into community organizations and churches around the region.
http://elkintribune.com/wp-content/uploads/2016/08/web1_Paul-Brent-and-player.jpgHugh Chatham Memorial Hospital CEO Paul Hammes, center, joins Mark Nieters of Clemmons Financial Group, left, and Brent Slate, director of plant operations at Hugh Chatham, at the 25th Hugh Chatham Memorial Hospital Foundation Golf Classic held recently at Cedarbrook Country Club. A total of 280 golfers played in the tournament, which had morning and afternoon shotgun starts. Proceeds will support the hospital foundation’s initiative to put portable automated external defibrillators (AEDs) into community organizations and churches around the region. Submitted photo
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