Good Shepherd Rehabilitation Network was presented with a donation of $10,000 from the Greater Woodstone Open, a golf tournament held in June at Woodstone Country Club, Danielsville. More than 60 teams participated in the three-day event.
“Woodstone Country Club was proud to make a charitable donation to Good Shepherd at this year’s Open,” said Jacob Longley, Woodstone director of marketing. “We have always supported the community, and Good Shepherd has been there for everyone who is need of its services. It was our honor to give something back to this wonderful organization for all that it does for everyone in our community.”
Good Shepherd is a nationally recognized rehabilitation leader, offering a continuum of care for people with physical and cognitive disabilities and specializing in assistive and rehabilitation technology.
Photo caption: Participating in the presentation of a $10,000 donation to Good Shepherd on behalf of the Greater Woodstone Open are, from left, Kevin Edwards, Woodstone PGA director of golf; Tali Aguila, Good Shepherd recruitment specialist; David Lyons, Good Shepherd vice president for development; Rob Grow, Woodstone general manager; and Gregg Meyer, Woodstone PGA head golf professional.