Puttin' in Pink Tournament Raises $37,000 for NARMC Claude Parrish Cancer Center


The fourth annual Puttin' in Pink Golf tournament raised $37,000 this year to benefit the NARMC Claude Parrish Cancer Center. Thanks to organizers Clay Maxey Ford and Arvest Bank, the fundraising tournament has raised more than $120,000 since its creation. This year's tournament was hosted on September 29 and 30 at the Harrison Country Club.

“We’re so grateful for Clay Maxey Ford, Arvest Bank, and the entire community for supporting our cause through this event,” said Jon Burnside, Director of Services for the Cancer Center. “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. "During a season where we reminded to be thankful, we at the Cancer Center are extremely thankful for Clay Maxey, Arvest Bank and all the individuals who worked diligently to make this tournament a success. The real winners were not the golfers but the patients and families served by our local cancer center."

From all of the NARMC team and the patients we care for, thank you for this generous gift!

Pictured are Jon Burnside, Director of Claude Parrish Cancer Center at NARMC; Scott Tennyson, marketing president at Arvest Bank; and Clay Maxey, owner of Clay Maxey Ford.

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