Clay Maxey Ford and Arvest Bank Present $25,000 to Claude Parrish Radiation Therapy

Thursday, October 08 at 06:35 AM
Category: Arvest Community News

 A golf tournament at the Harrison Country Club in Harrison, Ark., raised $25,000 for Claude Parrish Radiation Therapy.

Harrison, Ark. – Clay Maxey Ford, along with Arvest Bank, will present $25,000 to the PaRTI Foundation. The funds were raised during Puttin’ in Pink, a golf tournament that took place September 26 and 27 at the Harrison Country Club. The tournament was powered by 102.9 the Z, the exclusive media sponsor for the event. 

Clay Maxey with Clay Maxey Ford said, “The golf tournament was a huge success and we’re excited to give this money to the PaRTI Foundation. Their organization provides important cancer care for our community. These funds will help them continue their mission of providing high quality care with compassion.”

Dr. Jon Burnside said, “We’re so grateful Clay Maxey, Arvest Bank and the entire community for supporting our cause through this event. These funds will go right back into the community in the form of nutritional services, social services, travel assistance, and support groups to those who need cancer care.” 

ParRTI is staffed with a board certified Radiation Oncologist, a qualified medical physicist, a dosimetrist, radiation therapists and an RN who is committed to the delivery of cancer care at extremely high standards. The organization also offers free cancer screenings to the public. 

The second annual Puttin’ in Pink golf tournament has been scheduled for Sept. 24-25, 2016 at the Harrison Country Club. 

Tags: Arkansas, Charitable Giving, Community Support, North Central Arkansas, Press Release
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