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Golf tournament raises $82,000

Johnny Kyger, Phil Miller, Chris Owen and Keith Dorsett were the Campbell Classic Cup winners, shooting a 53 at the Salisbury Country Club golf course.
For the ninth consecutive year, Cloninger Ford-Toyota-Scion was the presenting sponsor of the Campbell Memorial Golf Classic, organized by Rowan Regional Medical Center Foundation. Cloninger’s generous support has helped to make the Campbell Classic one of Rowan County’s most popular and successful golf tournaments.
The Campbell Classic raised $82,000. Proceeds from this year’s event will purchase a new fetal heart monitor for Rowan Regional Medical Center. N. Trent Bradshaw and Steven J. Colwell, MD, were co-chairmen of this year’s event.
Steering committee members were Gary A. Blabon, David L. Bolick, Camille T. Campbell, Beverly H. Dillard, Michael Doran, Sandy T. Morrison, Ryan Rich, MD, and Jeff Wetmore.
Rowan Regional Medical Center Foundation is a not-for-profit corporation formed for the support of Rowan Regional’s health-care facilities and programs serving the people of Salisbury, Rowan County and surrounding areas.
The foundation is dedicated to obtaining charitable contributions, managing these funds and disbursing these funds for the primary benefit of Rowan Regional Medical Center and the people it serves.

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