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Take a Swing at Cancer is Back for 2022!
May 1-2, 2022

Old Waverly & Mossy Oak Golf Clubs

Benefiting the North Mississippi Medical Center Cancer Care Fund

We are thrilled to bring back our premier event, Take a Swing at Cancer.

Event Calendar

Vendor Village – Sunday, May 1 at 1-3:30 p.m.
A networking opportunity for vendors and NMHS leadership

Medal Play Tournament – Sunday, May 1
Old Waverly and Mossy Oak Golf Clubs

Tennis Tournament Sunday, May 1 & Monday, May 2
at Old Waverly

Patrons & Sponsors Gala – Sunday, May 1 at 6 p.m.
Old Waverly Golf Club
Cocktails, food & auction

4-Man Scramble Golf Tournament  – Monday, May 2
Morning & Afternoon Flights

How to Register
Register online

Call (662) 377-3613

Check this page or our Facebook page frequently for updates. Visit us on Facebook at
www.facebook.com/NorthMississippiFoundation

 


About the NMMC Cancer Care Fund

Living with cancer is never easy, and the goal of the NMMC Cancer Care Fund is to ease the burden on patients and families. NMMC Cancer Care social workers identify patients who are in need of assistance and use HCF funds to help.

The fund provides approximately $350,000 annually to help with needs like pain and anti-nausea medications, nutritional supplements, transportation for treatment and other necessities for more than 250 patients.

A few of our recent patient assistance needs include:

• A single father who was undergoing daily chemotherapy had run out of time off at work and was let go. He was unable to afford his utility bills plus the cost of treatment, so the fund paid a few months of his utilities so he could keep his children in a home with electricity.

• An elderly couple was driving every day and told the social worker that they wouldn’t be able to come for treatment the next week because they couldn’t afford the gas costs. She offered them gas cards so the wife could continue her needed treatment.

• Our social worker noticed worn out shoes, and discovered a patient was walking 15 miles to and from treatment every day. The fund provided gas cards and new walking shoes for him. These are just a few examples of the many ways your support of Take a Swing makes a huge impact on the lives of our patients.

When you say “yes” to a sponsorship, a golf registration or other support, it means that our social workers can say “yes” to providing help and hope during difficult times.


About the Tournament

Twenty-five years ago, four women golfers – two of whom were cancer survivors – had a vision to start a charitable fund to help burdened cancer patients at the NMMC Cancer Center get through a devastating time in their lives. Their efforts led them to organize the first Take a Swing at Cancer Golf Tournament in 1995. From that early beginning the Take a Swing at Cancer Golf Tournament has continued to grow and has now become an important source of charitable support for the NMMC Cancer Care Fund.


Take a Swing at Cancer Committee Members

Samuel Pace, M.D., Chairman

T.J. Adams
Amanda Angle
Jesse Bandre
Ben Beavers
Benton Hilbun, M.D.
Laura Hodges
Hank Hutto
Fletcher Johnson
Key Blair Barry Keel
Davis Bond Charlie Kinney
Denise Kennedy Brown Louis Marascalco
George & Marcia Bryan Ladd Mark
Morgan Burger Ashley McLellan
Greg Burks
Elizabeth Carnell
Charles Montgomery, M.D.
Derrick Menefee, M.D.
Mike Clayborne Tim O’Brien
Anne Comer David Pace
Chanda Cossitt Mark Prince
Nikki Ivancic-Currey, M.D. Connie Renfroe
Chris Davis, M.D. John Paul Rhea
Wally Davis Brian Rigby
Shane Denevan Jamie Rodgers
Ashley Frazier Bruff Sanders
Jim Goodwin Shane Spees
Barney Guyton, M.D. Carol Upton
Ginger Hardy Domingo Valpuesta
Jake Heyer Wesley Webb

Health Care Foundation of North Mississippi

Health Care Foundation of
North Mississippi

(HCF) is the charitable entity for the North Mississippi Health Services. HCF secures and distributes donations and provides philanthropic innovation for a variety of patient- and family-centered care programs, community health improvement and patient assistance causes.

HCF Board

Sam Pace, M.D., Chair Kevin Chapman
Dan Rollins, Vice Chairperson Mary Childs
West Cordell, M.D., Secretary
Bruce Toppin, Vice Secretary
Sharon Nobles, Treasurer
Brad Crosswhite, M.D.
Eric Lewis, M.D.
Luke Montgomery
Steven Blaylock, President David Rumbarger
Amanda Angle Vishal Sachdev, M.D.
Mont Berry, M.D. Shane Spees
Mary Ann Briggs Amy Tate
Elizabeth Carnell John Wheeler