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Memorial Health System President and CEO Scott Cantley addressed golfers before kicking off the 23rd annual Selby General Hospital Golf Outing on May 16 at Marietta Country Club. The tournament raised $55,616. (Photo provided)

MARIETTA — The Memorial Health Foundation’s 23rd annual Selby General Hospital golf outing to Marietta Country Club raised $55,516, the foundation reported.

The May 16 outing featured 28 teams, the largest in the event’s 23-year history, and was kicked off with a preview speech by Memorial Health System President and CEO Scott Cantley .

Proceeds will be used to upgrade the interior of Selby General Hospital to improve the patient experience.

The tee shot was at noon with a lunch on the course sponsored by Peoples Bank. Each hole had games and skill prizes up for grabs and all par 3s featured hole-in-one prizes, with the top prize being $40,000 sponsored by Hall Financial Advisors.

First Settlement Orthopedics sponsored the dinner and awards ceremony after the event when the Your Way Landscaping quartet of Jeff Neader, Andy Steed, Mark Warden and Jim Wiblin were named the top team. Regional collection services took second place and Sistersville General Hospital came third.

The golf outing sponsors were: Dinner and Prize Sponsor, First Settlement Orthopedics; Lunch on course sponsor, Peoples Bank; Presenting Sponsor, MVA Recovery; Sponsor Hole-in-One, Hall Financial Advisors; Sponsors Double Eagle, Claro Healthcare, Comprehensive Reimbursement Inc, Huntington Technology Finance, MCM CPAs and Advisors, National, Piper Sandler, ProLink Staffing, Radon Medical Imaging Corp.-WV, Regional Collection Services and Veteran Claims Paid.

To support Selby General Hospital or Memorial Health Foundation, donate online at or send a check to Memorial Health Foundation, PO Box 112, Marietta, OH 45750. For more information, email email [email protected] or call (740) 374-4913.

Memorial Health Foundation, a non-profit organization, is dedicated to building a healthier community through education, special patient relief funds, charitable care, advanced medical equipment, and funding for regions where the needs are greatest. throughout the Memorial Health System and in our community.

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