Annual Golf and Tennis Tournament to Benefit The Future is Orange Capital Campaign.
(Middletown, NY) – Orange Regional Medical Center Foundation is pleased to announce Jake Kriney and Eric Savacool as Co-Chairs of its 2016 Golf and Tennis Classic which will take place on, June 20, 2016. Renowned as one of the region’s finest golf outings, the 25th annual Classic will benefit The Future is Orange Capital Campaign at Orange Regional Medical Center.
The widely popular event, with the addition of a tennis tournament this year, will be held at West Hills Country Club, located in Middletown and Stony Ford Golf Course, located in Montgomery. The spectacular occasion will conclude with a celebratory dinner and awards ceremony at West Hills Country Club.
“This year, the Golf and Tennis Classic will benefit The Future is Orange Capital Campaign at Orange Regional Medical Center. The mission of this campaign is to fund technology and equipment for the hospital’s North Campus Expansion Project,” said Bill Dauster, Orange Regional Medical Center Foundation President.
Mr. Kriney specializes in real estate development and is a partner in JCA Hotels. He holds a Bachelor’s degree from Syracuse University. He has owned and developed several hotels in the Northeast. Mr. Kriney is a past Vice President of the former Orange County Golf Club. He currently serves as an Orange Regional Foundation Trustee.
Mr. Savacool is a partner at CCI construction Inc., and with offices in Middletown, NY and Montvale, NJ, he has been successfully “Building Trust” with business owners in the tri-state area for over 25 years. In an extremely competitive market, CCI has built a reputation of building practical solutions to help growing businesses that continues to attract business owners who need a balanced approach. CCI has partnered with the Greater Hudson Valley Health System on many projects over the years to enhance the patient experience including the new Pediatric ED and renovations at Catskill Regional Medical Center. Mr. Savacool is a 50-year resident to Orange County and has always been involved in helping his community where he serves on the board of elders of Grace Community Church that, in 2014, was ranked among the top 100 churches in the nation for growth and impact to their community.
Various levels of sponsorship packages are available for this year’s classic. With their round of golf, golfers receive delicious breakfast, a golf cart, full lunch and an appreciation gift, as well as a tremendous golfers’ hour and buffet dinner at the awards ceremony.
About Orange Regional Medical Center Foundation
The Orange Regional Medical Center Foundation recently launched The Future Is Orange Campaign, a $3.3 million effort to fund technology and equipment for the hospital’s North Campus Expansion Project. This construction project includes a Cancer Center and Physician Office Building. The Campaign includes $2 million to support the building’s technology and equipment needs, $500,000 for academic medicine and research and $800,000 to support the healing environment, which includes interior and exterior art. For more information on how to make a donation to the Orange Regional Medical Center Foundation, or The Future is Orange Campaign, call Orange Regional Foundation office at 333-2223 or visit www.ormc.org/foundation.
To learn more about the sponsorship opportunities available, please call the Orange Regional Medical Center Foundation at 845-333-2333 or visit ormc.org/Classic.
Orange Regional Medical Center is a member of the Greater Hudson Valley Health System.
Not pictured: Classic Co-Chair, Jake Kriney; Gene Bernieri; Patricia Duke; Michelle Ferguson; Michael Flynn; Janet Formisano; Christine Herschel; Betty Koshy; Larry McDowell, Jr.; Cari McGinnis; Dianne Moore; Elizabeth Musco; J. Miguel Rodrigues; Foundation Chairman, Jonathan Rouis; Catherine Suehnholz; Susan Wilk and Michele Worden.