Regina Health Center's Holy-In-One Golf Outing

Holy-In-One is just around the corner. Monday, June 19, 2017, marks Regina Health Center’s 18th annual Holy-In-One Golf Outing. The event again happens at Firestone Country Club. Thanks to Donley’s for being the event sponsor and to all sponsors and participants who make this event so successful. 

If you’ve been there before, you know this isn’t just a great golf tournament. It’s much-needed support, charity and generosity for the almost 150 vowed religious, clergy and lay residents who live and rehabilitate at RHC.

RHC would not be what it is without the support of our dedicated donors, including those who sponsor and participate in the Holy-In-One Golf Outing. So please sign up early, take advantage of the early-bird prices and secure your spot on the green. Sponsors at the $2,200 level can play on the course of their choice. If you don’t golf, join us for dinner and great auction prizes in the infamous Firestone clubhouse. 

You can also try your chance at winning a dream vacation to Pebble Beach. The vacation for two includes airfare, 3-night stay in an ocean view room, two rounds of golf, rental car and a gift certificate to be used during your stay. Call Cheryl Dolego at 330.659.5142 to purchase tickets today as they go fast. 

Signing up for the event is easy. Register online at or call Maureen O’Neill-Laszlo at 330.659.5132 or Cheryl Dolego at 330.659.5142.


Starts: Monday, June 19, 2017 10:00 AM
Ends: Monday, June 19, 2017 7:00 PM
Location: Firestone Country Club
Ministry: Regina Health Center

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