DANSVILLE — The Foundation for Noyes Health is hosting the third annual Kyle J. Button Memorial Golf Tournament on Saturday, Aug. 5 at Brae Burn Golf Course. An afternoon of golf will be followed by a party under the tent at Scovill’s with dinner, raffles and a live auction.
Golfers tee off at noon and evening festivities will start at 6 p.m.
Limited golf spots are available at $90 per person for golf, a gift bag, snacks on the course, the post- tournament dinner with a drink coupon and party.
Post-tournament party tickets are available at $25 per person and include dinner, a drink coupon, and a chance to win raffle items and bid in the live auction. Auction items include:
VIP Buffalo Bills Suite tickets for four donated by Batavia Downs
VIP Buffalo Sabres tickets for four
NY Yankees tickets two
Thurman Thomas Jersey and autographed football
100 gallons of propane from Valley Fuel
Large Screen TV
Gunlocke deluxe office chair, and more! To register for golf or the post-tournament party, send a check made out to the Foundation for Noyes Health to the attention of Jon Shay, 9384 Main Street, Dansville, NY 14437. Tickets for the post-tournament party are also available for purchase online through the Noyes Health Facebook page or at Eventbrite.com.
Dansville teacher and respected high school coach Kyle J. Button lost his battle with colon cancer in January 2015 at the young age of 28. In his memory, his family, colleagues and friends put together a golf tournament to help raise money to support the construction of a new cancer treatment center on the campus of UR Medicine | Noyes Health. The new Ann and Carl Myers Cancer center became a reality earlier this year, in part because of that support.
This year, the Tournament proceeds will help the Foundation continue to build on the success of the cancer center capital campaign, and fund additional projects that, like the cancer center, impact direct patient care and promote the health and well-being of the greater Dansville community. Projects will include renovation of the hospital’s third floor in-patient rooms to provide a more comfortable healing environment for patients and their caregivers, the purchase of new beds in the hospital’s intensive care unit, and the procurement of advanced digital scanning equipment to aid in diagnosis of cancer and other diseases.