Last month, Centerstone Military Services was the beneficiary of the Olmsted Golf Scramble. The event raised $20,000 for our program Courage Beyond!
The Olmsted Golf Scramble is an annual event put on by the Olmsted Dam Project team from WGA (Washington Group-Alberici joint venture). This year’s event was held at Dogwood Hills Golf Club in Bardwell, Kentucky, and over 100 golfers participated.
Centerstone Military Services Board Chair General Hugh Smith was in attendance, along with Debbie Cagle, Chief Operating Officer. Six other Centerstone and Centerstone Military Services staff members were there to play on teams and talk to attendees about the vital programs our organization provides to service members and their loved ones.
The event was a great success, and we want to thank WGA for their generous donation. All dollars raised go directly to Courage Beyond to provide free, confidential services for our service men and women and their loved ones.
More event photos can be found on the Courage Beyond Facebook page.
Centerstone Military Services Board Chair General Hugh Smith and Debbie Cagle, Chief Operating Officer, with the “big check.”
Barry Hale, Chief Administrative Officer for Centerstone (l), and Bob Vero, Chief Executive Officer for Centerstone in Tennessee (r), on the course with two event participants.
Staff in attendance (l to r): Tara Hickman, Clinical Peer Specialist for CMS; Barry Hale, Chief Administrative Officer for Centerstone; Stephanie McWilliams Shiers, Credentialing Specialist for CMS; Hugh Smith, CMS Board Chair; Jenny Carr, Programs Director for CMS; Bob Vero, Chief Executive Officer for Centerstone in Tennessee; Larry Harrison, Chief Clinical Officer for CMS; and Debbie Cagle, Chief Operating Officer for CMS.
About Centerstone Military Services
Centerstone Military Services is a non-profit organization that offers confidential services to service members, veterans and their loved ones and their families that include face-to-face counseling, couples and family counseling, therapeutic retreats, housing assistance, employment counseling, physical health and wellness services, support groups, online resources, and 24/7 crisis services. We strive to reach service members and their loved ones wherever, whenever and however they need help – in person, online, on the phone. For more information, visit centerstonemilitaryservices.org.