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  Third Annual Bon Secours Community Hospital, St. Anthony Community Hospital and Provident Bank Spring Golf Classic  helps community hospitals in Port Jervis, Warwick 

MIDDLETOWN (MAY 24) – More than $80,000 was raised at the Wallkill Golf Club May 14 as more than 100 golfers hit the greens for a good cause, the Third Annual Bon Secours Community Hospital, St. Anthony Community Hospital and Provident Bank Spring Golf Classic. 

Proceeds from the 18-hole scramble will help buy state-of-the-art medical equipment and improve facilities at the two Orange County hospitals. Golfers designated which hospital would benefit by their participation. Provident Bank, the region’s largest community bank, underwrote the event. 

Tournament co-chairs were Warwick auto dealer Frank Petrucci of Country Chevrolet and Bon Secours board member Steve Albanese of Access Physical Therapy and Wellness, which has facilities in Montgomery, Port Jervis, Milford, Monroe, Goshen, Wallkill, Armonk and  Bedford.

Crothall Services Group and MedExcel USA sponsored the grand reception at the end of the day. Golfers were treated to lunch and dinner; the golfers' breakfast and a gift were provided by Morrison Healthcare Food Services. 

This year’s hole-in-one prize was a choice of a 2013 Ford Fusion or a 2013 Chevrolet Malibu Eco – compliments, respectively, of Warwick auto dealers Leo Kaytes Ford and Country Chevrolet.

Major tournament sponsors included Ramapo Anethesiologists, Highland Associates, NY Radiology Alliance, Warwick Anethesia, Med World Pharmacy and Apollo Security.


The Avery Technology team – Tom Avery of Avery Technology and his foursome – was one of the foursome winners May 14 at the Bon Secours Community Hospital, St. Anthony Community Hospital and Provident Bank Spring Classic at Wallkill Golf Club. The event raised more than $80,000, which will help buy state-of-the-art medical equipment and improve facilities at the two Orange County hospitals.



The Highland Associates team – from left, Jim Rizzo, Tracy Wescott, Elena Quinn and Charlie Consagra – at the Bon Secours Community Hospital, St. Anthony Community Hospital and Provident Bank Spring Classic at Wallkill Golf Club May 14. The event raised more than $80,000, which will help buy state-of-the-art medical equipment and improve facilities at the two Orange County hospitals.



The Hip & Chic team – from left, Maureen Kohler, Barbara Sullivan, Judi Price and Joanne Daly – won best women’s foursome honors May 14 at the Bon Secours Community Hospital, St. Anthony Community Hospital and Provident Bank Spring Classic at Wallkill Golf Club. The event raised more than $80,000, which will help buy state-of-the-art medical equipment and improve facilities at the two Orange County hospitals.



Frank Petrucci, left, and Steve Albanese co-chaired the Bon Secours Community Hospital, St. Anthony Community Hospital and Provident Bank Spring Classic at Wallkill Golf Club May 14. The event raised more than $80,000, which will help buy state-of-the-art medical equipment and improve facilities at the two Orange County hospitals.


About Bon Secours Charity Health System Bon Secours Charity Health System comprises Good Samaritan Regional Medical Center in Suffern, New York, and two community hospitals, Bon Secours Community Hospital in Port Jervis, New York, and St. Anthony Community Hospital in Warwick, New York. Bon Secours Charity Health System also includes a certified home health agency, two long-term care facilities, an assisted living/adult home facility, and several other off-site medical programs. The Health System, which draws its name from its two Catholic sponsors, the Sisters of Bon Secours and the Sisters of Charity of Saint Elizabeth, serves nearly 1 million people. With more than 3,400 employees, the Health System is one of the region’s largest employers. For more information, visit bschs.bonsecours.com.

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