Citizens Memorial Hospital | Vitality | Spring 2023

6 VITALITY Spring 2023 CMH NEWS CMH news inyour email inbox Keep up with the latest happenings at CMH with the CMH Health News email newsletter. Delivered to your email box twice a month, the newsletter includes information about upcoming events, the newest services at CMH and current health news. Sign up for the latest CMH news and information at Upcoming events Heroes for Hospice 5K/10K Run: May 6 CMH Heroes for Hospice 5K/10K Run, presented by Craig Lehman-Shelter Insurance, is scheduled for Saturday, May 6. Register now at Early bird registration is $30 per person ($15 for youth 12 and under) on or before April 16 and includes a T-shirt. Registration after April 16 is $35 per person ($15 for youth 12 and under) and does not include a T-shirt. Runners can also register on the day of the event until 8:30 a.m. Online registration closes May 3. Virtual participation is $30. The option is perfect for those who still want to support the event and get a T-shirt but can’t make it on race day. Participants can run/walk anywhere and anytime. Proceeds from the race will provide donations in our area to ensure that all terminally ill patients and their families receive physical, emotional, spiritual and bereavement care. For more registration or sponsorship information, contact Wren Hall, director of community relations and development, at 417-328-6318 or wren.hall@ Annual golf tournament: June 1 The 33rd annual Citizens Memorial Health Care Foundation Medical Excellence Golf Classic, presented by SGC Foodservice, is scheduled for Thursday, June 1. The tournament features two shotgun starts, at 8 a.m. and 1:30 p.m. The classic is an 18-hole, fourperson scramble at Silo Ridge Golf and Country Club, Bolivar. Prizes will be awarded for first-, second-, third- and fourth-place finishes in four flights. Team entries are accepted on a first-come, first-served basis with a maximum of 55 teams. All money raised goes to the Medical Excellence Scholarship, which provides financial assistance to individuals from CMH’s eightcounty service area who are working toward careers in health care. To donate or to register a team for the tournament, contact Wren Hall, director of community relations and development, at 417-328-6318 or register online at Breakfast Club Breakfast Club features CMH experts who share the latest in health and wellness topics. The free events include a light breakfast. To learn more about upcoming Breakfast Club events, sign up to receive the CMH Health News email newsletter at CMHNews.