The Community Memorial Hospital (CMH) Foundation Charity Golf Tournament held Sept. 22, at the Syracuse Country Club proved to be the most successful in CMH history.  
After final expenses, the event resulted in a net profit of $12,934.39, a new record for the CMH Foundation.  
The success was due to all those that participated, donated and volunteered including 2 Tournament Sponsors, 1 Drive Sponsor, 1 Golf Cart Sponsor, 3 Breakfast & Lunch Sponsors, 2 Hole-In-One Sponsors, 16 Hole Sponsors, 1 Silent Auction Donor, 25 Donors, 13 Volunteers and 14 teams of 4.
The 1st place team of Flight A consisted of Seim Johnson (Randy Hoffman and Tony Eitzmann), Don Harms and John Agena with a score of 55 while the 2nd place team of Dr James Steckelberg, Tony Starzec, Blake Voorhees and Dan Masters shot a 59.  
The 1st place team of Flight B was Lutz & Company PC (Paul Baumert & Kirk Delperdang), Dennis Norton and Bill Wilson shooting a 64 while Mike Harvey, Jeff Harvey, Andy Smith and Dave Allen shot a 65 for 2nd place.
Many raffle prizes were donated including Governor Pete Ricketts donating an autographed Jake Arrieta Chicago Cubs jersey that was used as a silent auction item.  
Randy Hoffman of Seim Johnson submitted the winning bid at $500 for the framed jersey with certificate of authenticity.
CMH Foundation Director, Laura Lea Fossenbarger, stated “It was wonderful to have so much support for our golf event, and the fact that many items were in-kind donations really boosted our bottom line.  
“We truly thank all who were a part of the event including volunteers, donors and participants and look forward to building on this success.”