Respite Volunteers of Shiawassee wishes to thank Dan and Tracey Molnar of Corunna Hills Golf Course for hosting our 6th annual golf scramble benefit on Saturday, July 20.
We want to thank our $1,000 event sponsor, Hemenway Business Service/H&R Block; $500 major sponsor Jackie Hurd and A & B Lawn Care; and $100 golf cart sponsors Carol Nama, Audrie Polhemus and Covenant Eyes; and $100 food and drink sponsors Mary Jane Scarlett and Jeff McIntyre – eXp Realty.
Also, $100 tee sponsors Dave Minarik – Edward Jones; Rebecca C. McClear – Attorney at Law; Mike Selleck, Richard J. Selleck & Sons, Inc.; Renee Fisher, Oakes Fisher Insurance; David and Lori Stechschulte Jr., D&D Truck & Trailer Parts; VMD & Associates; Heather Brooks, Brooks Innovative Graphics; DayStarr Communications; Jackson Trucking; PFCU; Harrand’s Party Stores; Heidi O’Dea, O’Dea Wealth Management – Raymond James; Peter Keay – Edward Jones; Weinert’s Tree Service; Jake Sizemore, Dowen’s Deluxe Barbershop; and Nelson-House Funeral Homes.
We also wish to express thanks for raffle prizes from the Shiawassee Family YMCA, Owosso Country Club, Perry Physical Therapy, Corunna Hills Golf Course, Pilgrim’s Run, Michael’s Auto Detailing, Glenbrier Golf Course, Bavarian Belle Frankenmuth River Tours, Sunburst Gardens, O’Dea Wealth Management – Raymond James, Chemical Bank and Care N Assist.
We had an exceptionally beautiful day. We would like to thank all those who made cash donations toward the event and provided food for our lunch. Those people include Jackie Hurd, Lynn Sanderson, Mary Jane Scarlett, Donna Kanan, Dan and Tracey Molnar, and Helen Howard.
We also appreciated the volunteers from Tender Care Home Health & AgileCare Solutions. Thank you especially to our volunteers and staff that made this event possible, including Hugh Parker, Sandy Zwolensky, Mary Jane Scarlett, Jackie Hurd, Jeff McManus and Glenn Sizemore.
Shiawassee County is one of only a few fortunate counties that have a Faith-in-Action Respite program available to residents. Volunteers help adults with persistent health needs and their family caregivers, providing friendly visits and respite to family caregivers. Elderly are able to remain living safely in their own home knowing that Respite Volunteers of Shiawassee will check in on the person and provide friendly visits. The volunteers usually live in the same community and share the same interests as the person they are visiting.
Volunteers only need to attend one training session. Training sessions can be scheduled at a mutually convenient time. To register for a training session, please contact the Respite Volunteers of Shiawassee office, (989) 725-1127.
For more information about our services, please see our website, www.respitevolunteers.org, and for many photos of the golf scramble, please see our social media page.
Respite Volunteers of Shiawassee Golf Scramble Committee