Greensburg Daily News, Greensburg, IN


June 6, 2013

Tee-off “Fore!” Our Hospice

Greensburg — The Tee Off “Fore!” Our Hospice fund raiser, sponsored by Our Hospice of Decatur/Shelby, is now underway and is being supported by numerous businesses in Decatur County and other area communities.

The event coincides with the 19th Annual Decatur Golf Tournament, to be held at the Greensburg Country Club on June 19th. All proceeds will help provide care and services for patients and their families in the Decatur County area, served by the not-for-profit organization.

Businesses are selling paper “tees” for $1 each, and each contributor has the opportunity to sign the tee, which is displayed in the business. The business that sells the most paper tees will be recognized at the end of the fundraiser.

“We want to thank the many businesses who are participating this year, and helping raise both awareness and funds for Our Hospice patients and families,” said Edith Grubb, Volunteer Coordinator for Our Hospice of Decatur/Shelby.  “We also want to thank the many volunteers from Our Hospice who are supporting the fundraiser.” The volunteers include: Pat Dickson, Kathy Grimes, Jerilyn Manlief, Joan Sterling, Lindsey Thomas, and Pat Young.

Business participating from Greensburg are: Wal-Mart, Dawg Haus Diner, Trackside Café, ETC, Adamo’s Pizzeria, Mancino’s Pizza & Grinders,  Dairy Point, Magic Act, Anytime Fitness, County Supply, Expression Florists & Gifts, Main Attraction, MainSource Bank, and Sears.

Supporting businesses from Rushville are: D & L Diner, Park Restaurant, Hardee’s, Mr. Freshie Donuts, Pizza Hut, Mezcal Bar & Grill, and Rushville Florist.

Businesses participating from Milroy: Milroy Store and Terhune Gas Co., Inc.; from Westport: Mancino’s Pizza & Grinders and MainSource Bank; and from New Point: Midtown Diner and Style Station Beauty Salon.

— Daily News


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