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DAYTONA BEACH, Fla., November 15, 2019 — On Nov. 8, nearly 150 golfers joined the AdventHealth Daytona Beach Foundation for their sold-out 10th annual golf tournament at LPGA International in Daytona Beach.
The scramble’s net proceeds totaled over $103,000 and will support crucial programs at AdventHealth Daytona Beach.
Orlando-based contractor Robins & Morton was the event’s presenting sponsor.
“We are extremely grateful to Robins and Morton, as well as all of our other community partners,” said Julie Rand, AdventHealth Daytona Beach Foundation executive director. “We very much appreciate the support we receive from all our amazing sponsors and volunteers that help us achieve our goals year after year. Their generosity helped ensure this year’s event success and will help us continue with our mission to extend the healing ministry of Christ.”
About AdventHealth Daytona Beach
AdventHealth Daytona Beach has 362-beds and is one of the six hospitals in Flagler, Lake and Volusia counties that composes the AdventHealth Central Florida Division - North Region. Formerly known as Florida Hospital Memorial Medical Center, the organization’s parent company changed the name of all wholly-owned entities to AdventHealth on Jan. 2, 2019. Based in Altamonte Springs, AdventHealth is a connected system of care. With more than 80,000 team members, AdventHealth is one of the nation’s largest faith-based health care systems with nearly 50 hospitals and hundreds of care sites in nearly a dozen states. With the mission of Extending the Healing Ministry of Christ, AdventHealth Daytona Beach provides whole person care to heal the body, mind and spirit. For more information about AdventHealth Daytona Beach, visit AdventHealthDaytonaBeach.com.
On Nov. 8, nearly 150 golfers helped the AdventHealth Daytona Beach Foundation raise over $103,000 during the sold-out 10th annual golf tournament at LPGA International in Daytona Beach. Pictured from left to right: Angel Colon of Robins and Morton; Julie Rand, AdventHealth Daytona Beach Foundation executive director; Ed Noseworthy, AdventHealth Daytona Beach CEO; David Weis, AdventHealth Daytona Beach chief operating officer; and Bruce Adams of Robins and Morton.