Oswego Health golf tournament rescheduled; Hayner-Hoyt title sponsor

Pictured from left are members of Hayner Hoyt’s golf foursome who participated in the tournament last year, Gus Hernandez, Bob Mastro, Sam Doss and Mark Foley.

Annual Golf Tournament Proceeds Directly Impact Patient Care in Oswego County: The Hayner Hoyt Corporation Steps Up as Title Sponsorship

 

OSWEGO — As a not-for-profit community healthcare system, Oswego Health counts on additional support from generous donors to help deliver outstanding medical care throughout Oswego County.

Embarking on its 33rd year, the annual Oswego Health golf tournament raises an average of $167,000 which is used to directly impact patient care and ensure exceptional healthcare services are offered in the community. In 2019, the tournament raised $172,030 for the healthcare system.

Oswego Health officials on Thursday said they were pleased to announce that The Hayner Hoyt Corporation will serve as the title sponsor of the tournament this year on August 31st at the Oswego Country Club.

“We truly appreciate our continued partnership with Oswego Health and the value they bring to the community,” stated President, Jeremy Thurston. “This tournament is one that we look forward to every year as we know how critical this fundraising event is for the organization, especially due to the recent pandemic, and we are just happy to help in any way we can.”

Area businesses or community members interested in participating in this year’s tournament should contact Michele Hourigan at the Oswego Health Foundation at 315-326-3788.

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