Albright Care Golf Challenge raises $146,553 for benevolent care

LEWISBURG — The 21st annual Albright Care Services Golf Challenge raised more than $146,000 for benevolent care. The Albright Care Services Golf Challenge took place at the Bucknell Golf Club.

Proceeds are used to provide benevolent care for residents at RiverWoods Senior Living Community in Lewisburg, participants at Albright LIFE in Williamsport, among other locations.

Benevolent care supports residents who have outlived their financial resources by providing for essential needs.

Albright Care Services staff, board members, residents, United Methodist pastors and community members raised money in the challenge, an event which has welcomed over 280 unique fundraiser golfers over the years.

Several golfers were honored with milestone fundraising plaques for their dedication to the Golf Challenge over the years. They included Stephen Foust, $100,000; Bob Kuhn and Rev. Keith Schmuck, who each raised $25,000; and Carl Schlappi, Rev. Bill Gibson, Fred Harris, Ray Bower, Chris Brown, Rev. Al Horst and Albright Care Services President and CEO Shaun Smith, who each raised $10,000.

The top six fundraisers also recognized this year were Rev. Doug Eberly, $8,480; Bob Kuhn, $4,709.50; Stephen Foust, $4,670; John Kerchner, $3,881; Rev. Al Horst, $2,757; and Rev. Bill Gibson, $2,700.


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