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Mother’s Day Golf Classic to benefit Barton Oncology

Staff Report

STATELINE, Nev. — Barton Health Foundation’s 2022 Mother’s Day Golf Classic will benefit community members facing cancer.

The event will tee off Sunday, May 8, at Edgewood Tahoe in Stateline.

Registration is open and funds raised will benefit those facing cancer through Barton Oncology. Barton Oncology provides support and education during cancer treatment and survivorship, offering lab work, radiographic tests, telemedicine visits, diagnostics, and infusion services.



“We look forward to getting community members together in the spirit of raising money to support the health and well-being of Lake Tahoe residents,” said Barton Health Foundation Board of Trustees Chair Melanie Turner. “The Golf Classic offers a unique opportunity to connect with others while raising funds for a great cause.”

Registration for the Golf Classic includes green fees, a golf cart, a pre-round Bloody Mary or ‘Mom’-mosa, two drink tickets, and a “19th Hole” hosted awards ceremony where heavy appetizers will be served. Other prizes will be awarded for the longest drive, closest to the pin, and best score.



Registration is $300 per player. The group rate for a foursome is $1,200. Check-in and breakfast begin at 10:30 a.m. The tournament will have a shotgun start at noon.

To purchase tax deductible tickets for the Barton Foundation Golf Classic, along with sponsorship and volunteer opportunities, contact Jenny Taylor at 530-543-5909 or visit BartonHealth.org/Golf.

For more information on Barton Oncology, visit BartonHealth.org/Oncology.

Source: Barton Health



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