AUBURN — Central Maine Medical Center’s Associate Volunteers’ recent Glow Golf Scramble at Martindale Country Club raised some $10,000 for the Central Maine Heart and Vascular Institute.
The Charles Day Glow Golf Scramble will become CMMC’s fifth premier social event. This unique glow-in-the-dark tournament provides a fun and exciting experience while creating an opportunity to promote CMHVI, a valued resource within the region.
CMHVI is celebrating its eleventh year of service to residents of central and western Maine with life-saving advanced cardiovascular surgical interventions and specialized nursing care. CMHVI has a dedicated chapter of Mended Hearts, a national and community-based peer support program that offers the gift of hope and healing to heart disease patients and their family of caregivers.
The volunteer committee that planned and organized the event included: Co-Chairs Jim Day and Janice Anthoine, Paul Beaudette, Arnold Benak, Alina Burke, Christine Girouard, Jessica Dumond, Gloria Hewey, Shawn Holt and Katye Vachon.
For more information about the event, CMHVI, or the CMMC Associates Volunteer Program, contact CMMC’s development office at (207)795-2950 or email [email protected]