The Foundation for Terrebonne General Medical Center (TGMC) is hosting its inaugural “Take Aim at Heart Disease Sporting Clay Shoot” on Saturday, October 5, 2013 at Tri-Parish Sporting Clay in Houma. Shooting enthusiasts will have a great opportunity to explore their competitive nature, enjoy great conversation, delicious food and a spirited auction. The event is expected to attract around fifty teams made up for four people per team. The entry fee for a team of four is $700 with optional clay shooting games for an additional cost. A wide range of sponsorship opportunities are also available to individuals and businesses.
TGMC and Cardiovascular Institute of the South (CIS) have teamed up to provide world class cardiovascular care and advanced technology for the people of our region. “After hearing of the advances being made in the research and treatment of cardiovascular diseases that are being conducted right here at TGMC by the expert physicians at CIS, The Foundation board began exploring means of generating funds to continue and further cardiovascular excellence,” said Mike Fakier, Board Chairman of The Foundation for TGMC.
“The purpose of the inaugural Take Aim at Heart Disease Clay Shoot benefiting The Foundation at TGMC is to generate funds so that TGMC and CIS together can continue research that allows us to bring the utmost care in cardiovascular services,” explained Paul Labat, The Foundation spokesperson.
The mission of The Foundation for TGMC is to develop and maintain a comprehensive program of financial giving in the community for the sole purpose of promoting, developing, and expanding the services, functions, purpose, and mission of TGMC in providing exceptional healthcare with compassion. The goals of The Foundation are to expand healthcare opportunities, utilizing the talent and professionalism at TGMC, for the residents of our area and to nurture and encourage a philanthropic spirit for all.
For more information on how to participate or enter the “Take Aim at Heart Disease Sporting Clay Shoot” or the benefits to be derived from supporting cardiovascular heart health, contact The Foundation for TGMC office at (985) 873-4603.
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