Leominster_Montachusett Home Care Corporation (MHCC) of Leominster held its 14th Annual Golf Tournament at the Oak Hill Country Club on Monday, June 10, 2013.
Despite a cool drizzle and rain later in the afternoon, golfers found their way around the greens for the day without a delay and joined MHCC staff at a dinner and auction following the event. Also joining golfers after the tournament was Dave Rodgers of Lunenburg, who offered his services as Auctioneer for the evening program during dinner.
Winning 1st place with a score of 59 at the tournament this year was the foursome of Ron Bouchard’s Auto Stores consisting of Golfers Ron Bouchard, John McManus, Robbie Bouchard, and Richard Snaith. The foursome of Dr. Robert Babineau, Tim Fletcher, Michael Hebert, and Henry St. Cyr placed 2nd overall in the tournament with a score of 59. The Nypro Foundation Foursome of Clinton placed 3rd with a score of 63 , consisting of golfers Mike Banas, Randy Boutell, John Miller, and Steve Ploof. Finishing in 4th place, with a score of 64 was the foursome of Peter Silvia consisting of golfers Pete Silvia, David Joyce, Bret Yuknavich, and John Warters. And, taking 5th place in the event with a score of 64 was the foursome Christopher Houle, Mike Batard, Greg Leblanc, and Steve Woundy.
Winner of the Longest Drive for Men this year was Henry St. Cyr from the Babineau Foursome of Fitchburg. For oomen, Tracy Turczynski from the foursome of Fidelity Bank of Leominster recorded the longest drive. The 50/50 hole winner was Scot Maynard of Fitchburg.
MHCC is a not for profit organization whose mission is to help elders and disabled adults remain safely in their homes through the provision of in-home and community-based services.
All of the money raised at the tournament is used to support the agency’s volunteer programs. Through the three volunteer programs, the agency helps over 4,000 elders in the Montachusett area. These programs provide advocacy for nursing home residents to ensure that their care needs are adequately met, transportation to medical appointments, companionship and shopping services for elders and money management assistance to elders and disabled persons who can no longer manage their own finances.
MHCC Employee Tricia Keating takes a break with her foursome.