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September 21, 2018

Rehab Resources, Little Lukes Returns as Title Sponsor for Oswego Health’s Golf Tournament


OSWEGO – Rehab Resources/Little Lukes is once again supporting excellent local healthcare services by serving as the title sponsor of Oswego Health’s annual golf tournament to be held June 5 at the Oswego Country Club.

Preparing for this year’s event from left are Mike Alberts, chief operating officer of Rehab Resources/Little Lukes; Keri Parker, golf committee member; Karen Ferguson, Oswego Health Foundation director; Peter Cullinan, golf committee chairman, who also serves as a board member for both the Oswego Health board of directors and the health system’s foundation board; Myia Hill, Oswego Health Foundation development manager; and Jason Pratt, Oswego Health physical therapy director.

Preparing for this year’s event from left are Mike Alberts, chief operating officer of Rehab Resources/Little Lukes; Keri Parker, golf committee member; Karen Ferguson, Oswego Health Foundation director; Peter Cullinan, golf committee chairman, who also serves as a board member for both the Oswego Health board of directors and the health system’s foundation board; Myia Hill, Oswego Health Foundation development manager; and Jason Pratt, Oswego Health physical therapy director.

Rehab Resources/Little Lukes has served as the title sponsor of the health system’s golf tournament for several years.

Last year’s event raised more than $145,000, which was reinvested in local healthcare programs and services.

“Rehab Resources & Little Lukes continues to be a very generous sponsor and we are grateful for their continued support,” said Oswego Health Foundation Director Karen Ferguson. “We would also like to thank all our other sponsors and volunteers who make this event a success each year.”

Area businesses or community members interested in participating in this year’s tournament should call Karen Ferguson, Oswego Health Foundation director at 326-3795.

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