Noble Visiting Nurse & Hospice to Host Golf Tournament Sept. 19
WESTFIELD — Noble Visiting Nurse & Hospice will host its fifth annual golf tournament on Friday, Sept. 19 at Tekoa Country Club in Westfield, to benefit the agency’s hospice program. The tournament will kick off with a shotgun start at noon. A dinner reception will follow. There will be cash prizes, including $25,000 for a hole in one, as well as a variety of raffle prizes.
“We look forward to our community’s involvement in the tournament this year as we strive to provide the utmost level of care for our patients,” said David Mol, CEO and president of Noble Visiting Nurse & Hospice.
Each year, the agency provides comprehensive home-health and hospice care to more than 1,400 local residents and their families. This year’s tournament proceeds will go toward hospice care, which offers comfort and dignity at the end of life when a cure is no longer possible and life expectancy is six months or less. Focused on providing care that manages the patient’s pain and related symptoms, hospice also addresses the emotional and spiritual needs of the entire family. “Your generous support ensures the success of this vital service and enables our loved ones to spend their final days where they are most comfortable — at home,” Mol said.
Those interested in participating in the golf tournament as players or sponsors can call Noble Visiting Nurse & Hospice office at (413) 562-7049 or visit noblehome.org.