From doughnuts to movie themes or just a fun round on the links, Riverbend residents and businesses can support OSF HealthCare Moeller Cancer Center this month by taking part in the OSF Foundation’s annual golf outing.
This year’s tournament will be on Friday, Sept. 23, at Spencer T. Olin Community Golf Course in Alton. Lunch and registration begins at 10:30 a.m. followed by a 12 noon shotgun start. The event will conclude with a steak and chicken dinner and the announcement of the winning golfers.
Golfers looking to spice up their round can also sample snacks and have some Caddyshack and Jimmy Buffett-themed fun. On the Duke Bakery hole, the player who lands their ball closest to the pin gets a year’s supply of doughnut holes from the bakery.
Proceeds from this year’s golf outing will support programs and services at Moeller Cancer Center on the campus of OSF Saint Anthony’s Health Center. The tournament’s title sponsor is Moeller Investment Group, led by President Mike Moeller. His support made the cancer center a reality and has allowed the facility to continue to provide high-quality care.
“OSF Moeller Cancer Center is the area’s only cancer center that is fully accredited by the American College of Surgeons Commission on Cancer and focuses on providing high quality, multidisciplinary, patient-centered care,” said OSF Saint Anthony’s President Jerry Rumph. “Our oncology team is led by experienced and compassionate specialists who pour themselves into our growing cancer program.”
Riverbend residents and businesses who want to golf, sponsor or otherwise support this year’s event can get more information on the OSF Foundation website.
Moeller Investment Group President Mike Moeller, shown.