ServiceMaster by T.A. Russell’s 6th Annual Golf Tournament to Benefit City of Hope Pediatric Cancer Research
Friday September 13th, ServiceMaster by T.A. Russell hosted their 6th Annual City of Hope Charity Golf Tournament to raise money for pediatric cancer research. This event has raised more than $26,000 in the last two years to help the City of Hope in their fight against pediatric cancer.
Golfers played at San Dimas Canyon Golf Course located @ 2100 Terrebonne Ave, San Dimas, CA 91773. “It was a Great Day,” says Russell. “We brought in just over $11,000 for Pediatric Cancer Research benefiting the City of Hope in Duarte, CA, it was great weather, and everybody had a great time!”
Here are a few pictures from our Charitable Golf Tournament this year:
In addition to the golf tournament, this year’s event included:
- A helicopter ball drop
- Several hole in one contests
- Closest to the pin contests
- Long drive contests
- Putting contest
- Chipping contest
- $1 million shot
- Post-event shootouts
- Raffles and luncheon
- Special guests
Next year’s tournament will be held there again on Friday September 18, 2019. Any interested Sponsors or golfers should contact Jerry Papavero Marketer/Business Development/Tournament Director at: Jerry.email@example.com or cell 626-513-5592 or office 626-963-4048 ext. 103.
ServiceMaster by T.A. Russell in Azusa, CA Donates to City of Hope National Medical Center Cardiology
ServiceMaster by T.A. Russell recently made a donation to the City of Hope National Medical Center Cardiology in Duarte, CA to help support pediatrics research. Our owner Bruce Mason and business development representative Jerry Papavero visited City of Hope to present them with a check for $14,434. The check was accepted by Pediatric Hematologist-Oncologist Dr. Joseph Rosenthal, Senior Director of Philanthropy Rosalie A. Licht, and Senior Director of Development and 3rd Party Events Jason Lustina.
ServiceMaster by T.A. Russell is proud to help a trusted healthcare provider in our local community in this important research.