“Driving for one Million”: 29th Annual Golf Classic to benefit new cardiovascular pavilion

July 15, 2019
The Foundation
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The 29th Annual Mount Nittany Health Golf Classic will be held Saturday, August 10, at the Penn State Blue & White Golf Courses, with a shotgun start beginning promptly at 11:00 am.

Funds raised from this four-person scramble tournament will benefit the new cardiovascular pavilion at Mount Nittany Medical Center.

The Golf Classic committee is committed to raising $1 million by 2020 for the new cardiovascular pavilion. To date, the Golf Classic committee has raised more than $650,000 toward its $1 million goal.

Attendees can participate through volunteering, sponsorship and individual golfer opportunities. Additionally, golfers and non-golfers alike can participate in an online auction beginning Tuesday, July 30, through Tuesday, August 13, at noon by visiting biddingforgood.com/mnmc.

Additionally, there will be a trip raffle for a one-week stay in St. John. Take the chance to win a seven-day trip to St. John in the U.S. Virgin Islands. The trip includes a four-wheel drive Jeep rental, a charter excursion to the British Virgin Islands, paddle boarding and snorkeling. Only 250 tickets will be sold at $100/ticket.

To learn more about the Golf Classic or how you can support the committee’s $1 million goal, call 814.234.6777 or visit foundation.mountnittany.org/golfclassic.

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