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Boyce Memorial Charity Tournament Golfers Will Take Aim At $20K Hole-In-One – Courtesy of The House Works

OSWEGO – One swing is all it may take to walk away from the 15th Annual St. Luke-Francis Boyce Memorial Charity Golf Tournament on August 11 a bit richer, thanks to The House Works in Fulton, sponsor of a $20,000 hole-in-one contest!

The annual Boyce Memorial Charity Golf Tournament, which raises money to benefit residents at St. Luke Health Services, Bishop’s Commons and Michaud Residential Health Services, will take place on August 11 at Battle Island State Park.

Pictured (from left) is Mike Burns and Cindy Blasczienski of The House Works  with event organizer Karen Murray. The House Works will sponsor a $20,000 hole-in-one contest at the 15th Annual St. Luke-Francis Boyce Memorial Charity Golf Tournament taking place on  August 11 at Battle Island Golf Course.
Pictured (from left) is Mike Burns and Cindy Blasczienski of The House Works with event organizer Karen Murray. The House Works will sponsor a $20,000 hole-in-one contest at the 15th Annual St. Luke-Francis Boyce Memorial Charity Golf Tournament taking place on August 11 at Battle Island Golf Course.

The Captain and Crew tournament will begin with an 8:00 a.m. “shot gun” start. Cost for the tournament is $75 per person ($300 for a four person team). The field is limited to the first twenty-five teams that register. The entry fee includes greens fees, cart; lunch, awards and prizes immediately following at the clubhouse.

In addition to the hole-in-one contest sponsored by The House Works, longest drive and closest to the pin for both men and women, and a putting contest courtesy of Harbor Pharmacy are a part of this event.

Corporate partners of the 15th Annual Francis Boyce Memorial Charity Golf Tournament include; Fulton Savings Bank; Rehab Resources; Harbor Pharmacy; Sodexo, ESSC, The Hayner-Hoyt Corporation, Schopfer Architects, IV4, Usherwood Office Technology, Bond, Schoeneck & King, PLLC, Excellus BlueCross BlueShield, McKesson and Menter, Rudin Trivalpiece, PC.

The annual Charity Golf Tournament benefits the St. Luke-Foster Burden Fund which provides financial resources in support of the St. Luke “Make a Wish” program, Bishop’s Commons “Wishing Well Fund” and Michaud Residential Health Services “Wish List” program. These programs add to the quality of life enjoyed by residents and helps keep them connected with the community.

To register to golf in this event, or to discuss sponsorship opportunities, please contact St. Luke Health Services at 342-3166, by email at [email protected], or find information on the web at www.stlukehs.com