Pickaway News Journal

Wed, May 24, 2017

Circle of Caring golf outing slated for Aug. 15

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Pictured are Brenna Gibson (left) and Randy Beach (far right) representing Circle of Caring, along with Supreme Sponsors, Joe Risch of Pickaway County Banking Center and Jayne Barr, MD. (Submitted photo)

CIRCLEVILLE - Circle of Caring (COC)~Faith in Action is planning its 16th annual golf tournament for Aug. 15 at Pickaway Golf Course.

Supreme Sponsors for this year include Jayne Barr, MD, Pickaway County Banking Center of Circleville and Circleville Wal-Mart.

Prime Sponsors this year include Perfection One Collision Center, The Savings Bank and The Randy Beach Family.

Silver Sponsors include US Bank and Wellman Funeral Homes Inc.

At the Bronze Level are Jerry & Betty Wolford, Health Care Logistics and the Pickaway Senior Center.

Tournament registration and a light breakfast will begin at 7:30 a.m., followed by a shotgun start at 8:30 a.m. Skill and team prizes will be awarded during lunch following the outing. The coveted traveling Art Goodwin plaque will be awarded to the winning church team at the conclusion of the tournament.

Registration for the tournament is $85/person or $340/team. Teams are forming now - registration deadline is Aug. 10. Please call 740-474-7844 to register. Donations are tax-deductible.

All proceeds from the event remain in Pickaway County to support the interfaith volunteer caregiver program, Circle of Caring.

Over 100 volunteers are available to respond to unmet needs in our community. Circle of Caring assists frail, elderly, and people living with disabilities and their families on a casual, occasional basis, providing transportation, handyman chores, yard work, shopping, light housekeeping, friendly visiting and phoning, respite care and ramps through the kindness of volunteers. The goal is to enable those served to maintain their independence, dignity, and quality of life in their own homes.

This community service is coordinated by Berger Health System, with support from the community at large and area congregations.

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