Sabetha Community Hospital golf tournament raises approximately $12,000

Winners for the championship flight were first place Tyler Ulrich, Kellen Russell and Mitch Allen with a score of 61.

Submitted by Lori Lackey

The Sabetha Community Hospital hosted its Benefit Golf Tournament at the Sabetha Country Club Saturday, June 5. With 63 golfers participating, approximately $12,000 was raised and hospital employees donated more than $1,000 to sponsor two golf holes. Funds received as part of this tournament will help purchase an Omnicell cabinet that interfaces with the hospital’s Cerner system. This system allows all patient medication orders to flow over to the cabinet to help the nurses with ease of care, time, and preventing of drug diversion. 

Winners for the championship flight were first place Mitch Allen, Tyler Ulrich and Kellen Russell with a 61. Second place went to Brad Rebant, Jacob Strahm and Sam Keim with a 62. Third place was Eric Oldham, Keith Erdley and Brendon Rokey with a 65.

Winners for A flight with a score of 70 and getting first place were Don Rokey, Bob Annan and Roger Brey. Second place, also with a score of 70 went to Connie Thorson, Kim Henry and Mark Mayberry. Third place went to Brian Kvamso, Jim Mowder and Harry Moehler with a score of 71.

The B flight was won by Steve Huber, Shane Schuette and Eric Meyer with a 74. Also shooting a 74 and getting second place was Brendon Garrett, Caden Lierz and Kevan Herbster. Third place went to Pat Sheik, Tim Schultejans and Jeremiah Engelken with a 75.

Hole prizes were as follows: Hole 1, Mike Lierz, closest to the pin on second shot, won a $50 gift card donated by El Canelo Restaurant; Hole 2, Tim Schultejans,closest to the pin, received a $50 gift card donated by Sabetha Hardware; Hole 3, Vern Hendricks, longest drive men, received a $25 gift certificate donated by Southside Grill, and a flashlight and two thermal cups donated by Walmart; Hole 3, Erin Henry, longest drive women, won a $25 gift certificate donated by Southside Grill and a hanging basket donated by Sabetha Greenhouse; Hole 4, Mitch Allen, longest putt, won a $25 gift card from Big E’s Liquor and a Kansas City Chiefs Coleman cooler donated by Seneca Wholesale; Hole 5, Keith Erdley, closest to the pin on second shot, received a $25 car wash card donated by Agee’s Service, $25 gift card donated by Hack’s Meat Shack, and a set of BBQ utensils donated by Walmart; Hole 6, Kim Henry, longest putt, Kim Henry won a $50 gift certificate donated by Casey’s General Store; Hole 7, Kevan Herbster, closest to the pin, received a $25 gift card donated by Brick Street Furniture Co. and Wine Lounge, and a dozen golf balls donated by McElroy Electric; Hole 8, Eric Meyer, closest to the line, won a $50 gift certificate donated by Casey’s General Store; and Hole 9, Bonnie Enneking, longest putt, received a $50 gift certificate donated by El Canelo Mexican Restaurant.

Many more names were drawn for additional prizes at the end of the tournament. This tournament would not be possible without the many sponsors who contributed to this hospital benefit. 

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