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Ohio's Hospice LifeCare Golf Classic

Ohio’s Hospice LifeCare to Hold Inaugural Golf Classic Event on Aug. 26

Ohio’s Hospice LifeCare will hold its inaugural Golf Classic on Friday, Aug. 26, at The Pines Golf Club (1319 N. Millborne Rd., Orrville, Ohio 44667). 

The not-for-profit hospice invites the community to enjoy a day of golf, lunch, dinner, drinks, and games of chance to support Ohio’s Hospice LifeCare’s mission of providing superior care and superior services to patients and families. The day will begin with registration at 9 am and a tee time of 10 am.

“We are honored to be able to hold our inaugural golf classic at a beautiful course in support of patient care,” said Katherine Ritchie, development director at Ohio’s Hospice Lifecare. “We are grateful so many will enjoy a day of golf and connection while supporting our mission, as Ohio’s Hospice LifeCare celebrates 40 years of serving our community.”

Ohio’s Hospice LifeCare would like to thank the following businesses who are supporting the event: Wooster Color Point, Wooster Glass, Dave’s Plumbing, NetSmart, McElroy Packaging, McGohan Brabender, Pallota Ford, Buehler’s, Brethren Care, and Roberts Funeral Home.

The cost to register as an individual golfer is $125. Registration includes a golf cart, greens fee, on-course snacks, beverages, and lunch. Proceeds benefit patient care and services.

To register, visit For questions or sponsorship information, please contact Katherine Ritchie at or 330.264.4899.

Ohio’s Hospice LifeCare,a not-for-profit organization established in 1982, is an affiliate of Ohio’s Hospice that serves communities in northeast Ohio. It embodies the spirit of neighbors caring for neighbors with a commitment to relieve suffering, ease fears, and provide companionship along life’s last journey. Ohio’s Hospice LifeCare addresses patient and family needs wherever the patient calls home. Services also include access to the Stanley C. and Flo K. Gault Inpatient Pavilion, providing short-term patient care to manage acute symptoms, adjust medications, or stabilize patient condition.

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