LYNN – All Care VNA & Hospice announced that its 28th Annual Charity Golf Open held on June 28th at Gannon Golf Course, Lynn, MA was a tremendous success, thanks to the involvement of many members of the community. Over $60,000 was raised from the event, which will benefit All Care Hospice patients by providing compassionate medical, emotional, and spiritual care, regardless of one’s ability to pay. Personalized bereavement support is provided to families, in addition to support groups available to the community at the All Care Hospice Center for Grief & Loss, located at the agency’s main headquarters at 210 Market Street in Lynn.

“Even with extreme heat, our golfers kept a cool mind, leaving their “mark” on this year’s event and making it memorable.,” notes Mary Winters, All Care’s Vice President. “We were excited that this year’s event sold out, with many new golfers joining us for the first time! We were also grateful for the loyal support of many of our returning sponsors as well. We hope everyone will mark their calendars now to join us next year on Monday, June 27, 2022.”

2021 Title Sponsor was: Salem Five Charitable Foundation; Awards & Reception Sponsor was: USI Insurance Services; All Carts Sponsor was: Kelly Honda; Lunch Sponsors included: Byram Healthcare and Netsmart; 19th Hole Sponsors included: BDO Boston, Compass Facility Services, Smith, Costello & Crawford; Eagle Sponsors included: Cuffe-McGinn Funeral Home, New England Copy Specialists Inc., Cross Country Mortgage, and Topsfield Fair/ Agricultural Society; Premium Hole Sponsors included: Health Plans Inc., Lynn Housing Authority, and McBee Associates. There were also many Hole Sponsors supporting the event as well.

This best-ball format tournament was followed by a dinner, an awards ceremony, raffles, and a silent auction. Awards were presented for The Best Foursome: Tim Buckley, Tim Grogan, Brian Sweeney and Marty Martiez with a score of 58; Best Mixed Foursome: NECS Team:  Gene Nigrelli, Betty jane Cassazza, Bob Doyle Sr. and Bob Doyle Jr. with a score of 68.  Prizes were also awarded for Closest to the Pin: Dan Clasby and Longest Drive (Men & Women): Kyle Koopman and Julie Williams.

“Our All Care Hospice patients and families were the ultimate winners, thanks to the terrific support from the community,” said Shawn Potter, All Care President & CEO. “Our enthusiastic golfers, loyal sponsors and dedicated volunteers, certainly made the difference for us to have a wonderfully successful event this year.”