Hospital foundation plans Sporting Clays Classic | Life

EASTON — University of Maryland Memorial Hospital Foundation has announced plans for its 6th annual Sporting Clays Classic, scheduled for Saturday, Oct. 24, at The Point at Pintail in Queenstown.

Proceeds from the event will be dedicated to the purchase of a Faxitron machine for the Clark Comprehensive Breast Center. The Faxitron is used by surgeons to evaluate an area that has been identified for removal by mammography.

This year’s Sporting Clays Classic will feature 75 targets, lunch for participants and various prizes, raffles and a silent auction. Participant registration will begin at 8 a.m. with the shoot beginning at 9:15 a.m. Registration fees are $125 per individual and $500 per team of four.

UM Memorial Hospital Foundation and The Point at Pintail will be following State of Maryland COVID-19 mandates and guidelines. Face coverings and social distancing are required when outside, on the course, and when inside the clubhouse.

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Washington Auto Show, National Road Safety Foundation Invite Area Teens To Help Create TV Message About Dangers Of Speeding

Washington Auto Show, National Road Safety Foundation Invite Area Teens To Help Create TV Message About Dangers Of Speeding

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WASHINGTON, Oct. 6, 2020

Video Contest Has $2,000 Prize, Winner to Work with Emmy-Winning Director to Create PSA That Will Debut at Washington Auto Show Before Airing Nationwide

WASHINGTON, Oct. 6, 2020 /PRNewswire/ — Teens from the District of Columbia and the neighboring states of Maryland and Virginia are being invited to help spread the word about the dangers of speeding in the fourth annual Drive Safe D.C. PSA (public service announcement) Contest, sponsored by The National Road Safety Foundation in conjunction with the 2021 Washington Auto Show, which runs from March 26 through April 4. 

The contest opens today and teens can submit their ideas for a 30-second public service announcement that warns of the dangers of speeding, which is a factor in crashes that kill

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Auto Dealers Caring for Kids Foundation to donate 53,000 coats to kids in need

EAST NORRITON, Pennsylvania (WPVI) — Auto dealerships across the Philadelphia region are once again stepping up to make sure kids have coats to stay warm ahead of the winter season.

On Monday, thousands of coats filled the parking lot of the Auto Dealers Caring For Kids Foundation.

“There’s nothing like putting a brand new winter coat on a kid and they look at you and they say, ‘Hey is this mine?’ And you say, ‘Yeah you can keep that,'” said Kevin Mazzucola, the executive director of the foundation, which raises money all year long with big events like the Philadelphia Auto Show to fund its “Drive Away the Cold” campaign.

This is the 13th year for the campaign, which had to adjust things like its distribution because of the COVID-19 pandemic.

“The pandemic has been horrible but it has also brought the best in a lot of people to help

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Rock Creek Cattle Company’s Annual Food, Wine and Arts Festival Raises $670k to Benefit The Folded Flag Foundation

LAS VEGAS, Sept. 30, 2020 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) — The Folded Flag Foundation, a non-profit, 501(c)(3) organization committed to honoring America’s fallen heroes by providing their families with financial support for education, announced it raised $670,000 during the annual Food, Wine and Arts Festival, hosted by Rock Creek Cattle Company in Deer Lodge, Montana.

The annual event is a private gathering where attendees are invited to play golf, view local art, bid on silent auction items, and participate in wine and food tastings – all to benefit The Folded Flag Foundation. Following social distancing guidelines, this year’s event included members and guests of Rock Creek Cattle Company, as well as chairman of the Vegas Golden Knights hockey team and Rock Creek owner, Bill Foley.

“Rock Creek Cattle Company understands the sacrifice our military service members and their families make each and every day to protect our country and freedom. Some of

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Florida Cancer Specialists (FCS) Foundation to Host Tampa Bay Gala: Virtual Concert and Auction

Lakewood Ranch, Fla., Sept. 11, 2020 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) — Due to the COVID-19 pandemic, the Florida Cancer Specialists (FCS) Foundation’s annual Tampa Bay Gala fundraising event will be held online. This year, the Tampa Bay Gala: Virtual Concert and Auction will take place on October 8, 2020 from 6:30-8:30 p.m. 

The Florida Cancer Specialists & Research Institute physicians, Y.K. Peter Park, MD and Egberto Zayas, MD will serve as honorary co-chairs of the annual fundraiser, which will feature the band Powerhouse Next Generation, brought to you by The Joan L. Kidd, MD Fight for Life Concert Series, chance drawings and a silent and live auction. In addition, there will be a match in donations up to $50,000. All proceeds will benefit the FCS Foundation, which provides financial assistance for non-medical living expenses to qualified cancer patients who are currently undergoing treatment in Florida. Through the generosity of the FCS physicians,

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