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Kimball Hospital Foundation scramble huge success

 

Tom Southard

Golf Pro Chad Wise alongside Kerry Ferguson, Director of Community Relations and Kimball Hospital Foundation make final announcements prior to the 25th Annual Kimball Hospital Foundation Golf Classic at Four Winds Golf Course in Kimball.

The 25th Annual Kimball Hospital Foundation Golf Classic held this past Sunday at the Four Winds Golf Course was termed "A huge success" by Kerry Ferguson, the man in charge. A total of 28 four-person teams made up of 112 golfers participated. Golfers were vying for bragging rights along with lots of attractive flag prizes, and raffle prizes, and were also treated to lunch and a buffet dinner after golfing. Everyone also received a Foundation Golf Classic moisture-wicking polo golf shirt.

The winning team made up of Ben Nagel, PA-C and a familiar face at the Kimball Clinic and Hospital where he cares for patients, along with Brent Fanning, Nick Tozack, and Hyinio Munoz shooting a round of 14 under par 58. Two teams tied for runner-up honors one stroke back with rounds of 59 and second place was decided by a score card playoff. Runner-up honors went to Ty Garrett, Gene Golding, Mike Isley and Aaron Koski. Third place was Pat O'Brien, Tom O'Brien, Nick Kuxhausen and Kirk Kuxhausen.

Ken and Cynthia Hunter donated three 50-inch Ultra HD Smart TVs for raffle prizes and Aaron Koski, assistant greens keeper at the Four Winds was winner of one of them. Katie Haun, a Kimball Health Services employee was also a winner, as was Kurt Earnest, an out-of-town golfer. Tom O'Brien won the Ariens Razor self-propelled lawn mower donated by Hometown Hardware. Nick Tozak of Cheyenne won the Drone Quadricopter raffle donated by Charter-Spectrum.

Kerry Ferguson, who also served as MC, asked to be sure and thank all of the many volunteers who gave of their time to ensure the tournament went smoothly, helping the Foundation in their efforts to raise money for a new bathing spa for their patients.

"This effort would not have been possible without all of you, and you all had to put up with cold, drizzly conditions. Thank all of you, and also all of you golfers," Ferguson said.

 

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