Rushville Republican


July 1, 2014

RMH Golf Outing Swings To Success

The annual Rush Memorial Hospital Golf Outing was held on June 18 at Horseshoe Bend golf course with 21 teams teeing off for the RMH Foundation Scholarship Fund.

The day was hot, but everyone had a cool time playing. The foursome team consisting of Brad Smith, Brian Bane, Allen Landreth and Brook Farling placed first. Team Fayette Regional Hospital took second place and team Citizen’s State Bank placed third.

Over $10,000 was contributed to the RMH Foundation Scholarship Fund through the generosity of sponsors and golfers. Many thanks goes to the following golf outing sponsors: Cerner, Citizen’s State Bank, Collection Associates, Cooler Design, Covery’s, Delaware Glass, Fayette Regional Hospital, First Financial Bank, First Merchants Bank, Garmong Construction, Gordon Flesch, Hall Render, Hancock Regional Hospital, Keim Construction, Miller’s Merry Manor, Milroy Shoes, Porter Advertising, Smith Implements, Ascension Health Ministry, Rosfeld Electric, and Central Indiana Communications.

Foursomes included teams representing Arthur Gallagher, Brad Smith, Cerner, Flatock River Lodge, John Byrne, Michele Gettinger, Miller’s Merry Manor, Newspaper Holdings, Inc., Image Manufacturing, Alison Benz, Intat, Deb Hummel, Coverys, Garmong Construction, Citizen’s State Bank, Fayette Regional Hospital, and Gordon Flesch.

Rush Memorial Hospital scholarships are awarded each year to outstanding graduating high school seniors pursuing a degree in health or medicine. The 2014 recipients are Megan Adams, and Casey Yager. Scholarships are also awarded to RMH employees continuing their education in the fields of health or medicine. Last year $6,600 in scholarships were given.

If anyone would like to contribute to the RMH Foundation Scholarship Fund they may do so by sending their tax deductible gift to the RMH Foundation, 1300 North Main Street, P.O. Box 215, Rushville, Indiana 46173. Make checks payable to RMH Foundation and write Scholarship in the memo section. Donations can also be made online at Contact Faith Mock, RMH Foundation Executive Director, at 765-932-7568 for additional information.

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