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Community invited to chip in to help St. Joseph's

By: Mallika Viegas - Sudbury Northern Life

 | Aug 02, 2014 - 6:05 PM |
Josée Clément, of Schuster Boyd McDonald, invites the public to participate in the 26th annual Chip In For Charity golf tournament. Photo by Arron Pickard.

Josée Clément, of Schuster Boyd McDonald, invites the public to participate in the 26th annual Chip In For Charity golf tournament. Photo by Arron Pickard.

Golf event raising money for St. Joseph's

 Sudbury’s Schuster Boyd McDonald is hosting its 26th annual charity golf tournament at the Idylwylde Golf and Country Club on Aug. 7.

After raising more than $1 million for the Health Sciences North, Schuster Boyd McDonald is shifting focus in raising funds for community long-term care facilities in Sudbury. The year’s proceeds will go toward St Joseph’s Health Centre.

The health centre oversees and manages three distinct organizations: St Joseph’s Villa, a 128-bed long-term care home on South Bay Road; Villa St. Gabriel, another 128-bed long-term care home located in Chelmsford; and St. Joseph’s Continuing Care Centre, a rehabilitative care centre.

The event is open for registration by four-person teams. The tournament boasts food from the club’s executive chef, and the grand prize draw is a golf trip for four with a value of $4,000.
Teams are set to tee off at noon.

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Mallika Viegas

Mallika Viegas

Staff Writer

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