Brad Richardson, Justin Lofley, Dalton Newbold, and Jake Hillstrom represented Grade Tech in the 13th Annual Doc Weaver & Mike Kibbie University of Utah Burn Camp Charity Golf Tournament Scramble last week at the at The Old Mill public golf course in Holladay. In addition to the Grade Tech team members competing in the event, Grade Tech sponsored a hole and donated raffle prizes for the second consecutive year.
Rory Hall expressed his support for the golf tournament and the cause. “We are proud to support these courageous burn victims in their fight for recovery,” he said. “This event is a great example of a community coming together to help victims of tragedies.”
Established in 1993, The University of Utah Health Burn Camp Program supports burn survivors with the personal challenges associated with surviving a burn injury. With five different programs for children, adolescents, and adults, the camp creates a fun environment that is conducive to healing. Activities are geared toward building self-esteem, teamwork and peer interaction.
The “Doc & Mike” Charity Golf Tournament Scramble honors two great Utahans, Doc Weaver and Mike Kibbie, who were both devoted to supporting the Burn Camp. The annual tournament has raised more than $75,000 to help fund the program.
We invite you to join us in supporting this incredible program and the great work they do!