The Sheridan Memorial Hospital Foundation will hold the annual golf tournament this year, but in view of COVID-19 restrictions, the event could look a little different than in years past.
That was the word from Cody Sinclair, chief development officer for Sheridan Memorial Hospital and the Foundation at a meeting of hospital trustees earlier this month.
In a recent interview with Sheridan Media, Sinclair said the details for the event are still being worked out.
The golf tournament will be on July 3 at the Powder Horn south of Sheridan. In the past, the event has kicked off with a shotgun start at noon, but that’s one of the things that will likely change, Sinclair said.
Another change this year is that there will be no dinner at the end of the tournament.
Sinclair said the tournament’s organizers continue to tap into the information available from the Center for Disease Control as well as the state and county on recommended best practices.
Sinclair said the event is a team tournament. He said this year’s focus is going to be connecting with the hospital foundation’s donors and supporters and on having a day to thank them while enjoying a fun day of golf.