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Casino Rama donates $15K for golf classic

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Casino Rama Resort presented a cheque for $15,000 to the OSMH Foundation to benefit the 20th annual Hawk Ridge Hospital Classic. Proceeds from the golf tournament will go toward the purchase of anesthetic gas machines at the hospital. From left are Jenna Hunter, public relations director at Casino Rama, Nicole McCahon, executive director of the OSMH Foundation, Dr. Ludek Podhradsky, anesthetist at OSMH, Dr. James Campbell, surgeon at OSMH, Natasha Ilic, public relations specialist with Casino Rama, and Lisa Wanamaker, development officer (annual giving) with the OSMH Foundation.

SUBMITTED Casino Rama Resort presented a cheque for $15,000 to the OSMH Foundation to benefit the 20th annual Hawk Ridge Hospital Classic. Proceeds from the golf tournament will go toward the purchase of anesthetic gas machines at the hospital. From left are Jenna Hunter, public relations director at Casino Rama, Nicole McCahon, executive director of the OSMH Foundation, Dr. Ludek Podhradsky, anesthetist at OSMH, Dr. James Campbell, surgeon at OSMH, Natasha Ilic, public relations specialist with Casino Rama, and Lisa Wanamaker, development officer (annual giving) with the OSMH Foundation.

Casino Rama Resort has donated $15,000 towards the OSMH Foundation's 20th Annual Hawk Ridge Hospital Classic. The funds will support surgical services at the hospital.

"As members of the community, we understand the importance of having access to quality health care close to home," said John Drake, president and CEO of Casino Rama Resort. "We are proud to partner with the Orillia Soldiers' Memorial Foundation in their ongoing efforts to support local patients and their families."

The 20th annual Hawk Ridge Hospital Classic is happening June 7 at Hawk Ridge Golf and Country Club. After overwhelming support tickets are sold out, however there is still an opportunity to attend the celebratory evening reception. All funds from the tournament will go towards the purchase of nine anesthetic gas machines, which come with a price tag of $70,000 each.

"The hospital's current fleet of anesthetic machines are more than 12 years old," said Nicole McCahon, executive director, OSMH Foundation. "Support from community partners like Casino Rama Resort will make all the difference in securing the necessary equipment for our patients."

If you would like to purchase an evening reception ticket for the golf tournament, or support surgical services at the hospital, call the foundation office today at 705-325-6464 or email found@osmh.on.ca.



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