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SAVE THE DATE! The Buen Samaritano (Good Samaritan) third annual charity golf tournament will be played this year on Saturday
May the 5th June 16th and it’s time for you to sign up to play in this great, fun event, which also benefits a great cause!
UPDATE: This tournament will now be played on Saturday June 16th on the newly renovated Links golf course in Casa de Campo.
The Good Samaritan General Hospital Foundation in La Romana has been working hard to provide essential healthcare services to the most needy people of La Romana and its surrounding areas and the funds raised with this golf tournament will be used to assist poor children who need physical rehabilitation therapies, nutrition programs, medicines, hospitalizations, laboratory studies and surgical procedures abroad to correct serious heart conditions.
To read about and see photos of last year’s event, click on the link below:
• The Buen Samaritano Golf Tournament: A surprisingly sunny day on the Teeth!
The details of the tournament are as follows:
The 3rd annual Buen Samaritano Golf Tournament
May the 5thJune 16th
The Dye ForeThe Links golf course, Casa de Campo
Cost: US$200 per player
Format: Scramble in pairs
Contact: 829 259 8037, [email protected]
Following the tournament there will be a prize-giving and celebration with food, music and dancing held at the Club de Caza y Pesca in La Romana.
About the Buen Samaritano Hospital Foundation
Hospital Foundation Good Samaritan’s is a non-profit institution that has been providing assistance to the needy for more than 15 years. The organization is focused on supporting the development of programs and activities targeting the neediest in the Dominican Republic. The programs include: Malnutrition and Food Control for malnourished children and patients with HIV or Tuberculosis, Women’s Health, Bio-Sand Filters for clean drinking water in the Bateyes (in collaboration with Rotary Club International), HIV / AIDS Detection and Prevention Program (in collaboration with the MIR Foundation ) Integral Health and social care for children, Mobile Medical clinics in the Bateyes and City neighborhoods, and Medical Surgical Operations (Salpingoscopy, General and Reconstructive Surgery, Orthopedics, Gynecology, Dentistry, Ophthalmology, Pediatric Urology, Arteriovenous fistula , harelip, etc.).
This year the Buen Samaritano golf tournament is being sponsored by:
• Casa de Campo Living (www.casadecampoliving.com)
Casa de Campo’s news and events website – keeping the Casa de Campo community up-to-date on everything that is happening in our little piece of paradise!
• Silgon Inc, a modern media company
An integral member of the community, Silgon Inc, is Casa de Campo’s #1 media provider. With CasaLife, our quarterly print magazine, Casa de Campo Living our daily online news source, “The Weekly” our email newsletter, as well as Casa de Campo TV, Casa de Campo’s own TV Channel – we are who the community relies on and trusts to keep up-to-date with everything that is happening in Casa de Campo. Also a web development company, Silgon Inc, creates and maintains websites for some of the Dominican Republic’s most successful companies.
Click here for more info about Silgon Inc.
• Dental Integral, the smile architects!
With more than 11 years experience in dentistry, Dental Integral, is today one of the Dominican Republic’s leading dental service providers, offering the highest quality services, expertise, equipment and practices – and they are based right here in La Romana, less than a 5 minute drive from Casa de Campo.
Click here for more info about Dental Integral!
• The Central Romana Corporation
Through its various divisions and subsidiaries, the Central Romana Corporation employs over 25,000 people, thus making it the largest private employer in the Dominican Republic. The company also owns over 200,000 acres of land, making it the country’s largest private land owner. Though indirectly, the Central Romana Corporation has had an even greater impact on the creation of jobs in the Province of La Romana and the bordering zones, making it an economic force in the region.
Click here to find out more about Central Romana