On Wednesday, May 20, 2015, the Friends of ADAMH held their 7th Annual Benefit Golf Outing at Union Country Club in Dover. Thirteen teams participated in the 4-person scramble which started with a lunch at 11:30, shot-gun start at 1:00 and concluded with dinner and an awards ceremony.
Proceeds from the annual outing are used to continue efforts by Friends of ADAMH and The ADAMHS Board to reduce the stigma surrounding mental illness and substance abuse and improve access to services.
At the awards ceremony following the event, the ADAMHS Board was pleased to recognize Truck Sales and Service of Midvale for their longtime commitment to the outing and the ADAMHS Board. TS&S has provided a Patron-Level sponsor each year of the event, and this year increased their support to a Founding-Level sponsorship.
The Board also recognized additional seven-year sponsors Community Mental Healthcare (2 Teams each year); Southeast Inc.; Brad Hillyer at Connolly, Hillyer, and Ong; Stepping Stone Group Home; Ember Complete Care; Kline, Keppel, and Koryak; Kennedy Insurance Agency; Gay Cox and Family; John Lyons / Foundation for Appalachian Ohio; Rea and Associates;
Six-year sponsors included Steve and Becky Mastin and Your Local Wendy’s; ComDoc; and Don Jimison;
Other sponsors were Advocacy, Choices and Empowerment, Inc. (2 years); Carrollton Rotary (5 years); East Central Ohio Educational Service Center (2 years); Grant Street Creative / The Tradeshow Stores (4 years); Judge Gary L. Willen (4 years); Pat Russell / ReMax Crossroads (3 years); Putman Properties (3 years); Quanex I.G. Systems (3 years); Sugarcreek Heating and Cooling; and Union Hospital (4 years).
For more information about upcoming ADAMHS Board events or to find out about the latest in local mental health and addiction services and programs, please visit http://adamhtc.org.
From Left: Former ADAMHS Board Member Orvis Campbell, Truck Sales and Service Owner Rod Rafael, ADAMHS Board Chair Diana Boyd, ADAMHS Board Executive Director David Schaffer, and ADAMHS Board Member John Lyons.