Mercy Foundation to Host Casino Night & Golf Classic

August 5, 2016

ADA, Okla. - Mercy Health Foundation Ada will host its 12th annual Charity Casino Night & Golf Classic fundraiser on Friday, Aug. 12 and Saturday, Aug. 13 at Oak Hills Golf and Country Club to support Mercy Hospital Ada.

The Casino Night with kick off on Friday from 6:30 p.m. - 10:00 p.m. in the Oak Hills Country Club Banquet Room. Professional dealers will be on hand for Las Vegas style Texas Hold’Em, Blackjack and Craps presented by McCortney Family In-Home Care and Hospice. Tickets are $35.

“All money raised will go directly towards health care in Ada and surrounding communities,” said Todd Essary, director of Mercy Health Foundation Ada and Mercy Hospital Ada Auxiliary. “In addition to benefitting hospital programs, the proceeds support our care management patient fund and transportation gas cards for patients receiving cancer treatment.”

On Saturday, the golf scramble will tee off at 8:30 a.m. Prizes, including a new Chevrolet, will be provided for each hole-in-one. The fee for the scramble is $150 per person and covers the green fee for 18 holes, a golf cart, drinks, goodie bags with Pro V1 golf balls and lunch in the Club House. The top three teams will walk away with WinStar Golf Academy packages valued at more than $100.

“We’ve found that each year this event attracts more people than the year before,” said Chad King, board chairman of Mercy Health Foundation Ada. “We are very grateful for the continued support of the community.”

Event sponsors include: Valley View Health & Wellness Foundation, Accounts Collection Specialists, McCortney Family In-Home Care, Air Evac, Ada Dodge, Team Tyman Love Legacy Corporation, The Chickasaw Nation, Jeep and Ram, Tinker Federal Credit Union, Vision Bank, and Peoples Electric Cooperative.

For more information or to register for any of these events, please call 580-421-1403 or email Todd.Essary@mercy.net.

“We’ve found that each year this event attracts more people than the year before,” said Chad King, board chairman of Mercy Health Foundation Ada. “We are very grateful for the continued support of the community.”
Dozens gathered at last years event.

“We’ve found that each year this event attracts more people than the year before,” said Chad King, board chairman of Mercy Health Foundation Ada. “We are very grateful for the continued support of the community.” Dozens gathered at last years event.

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