Cast For A Cure Surf Fishing Tournament Nets $6,000 for Tunnell Cancer Center Patient Special Needs Fund
Cast for a Cure Surf Fishing Tournament organizers Clark Evans, Brandy Timmons, and Scott Mayhugh presented a check for $6,000 to Beebe Medical Foundation for Beebe Healthcare’s Tunnell Cancer Center Patient Special Needs Fund. Old Inlet Bait and Tackle and Delaware Fisherwomen were the tournament’s main sponsors.
The annual tournament was held on May 19 at Fenwick Island State Park Beach and was followed by an awards ceremony at Just Hooked in Fenwick Island.
Beebe Healthcare’s Tunnell Cancer Center created the Patient Special Needs Fund to help defray the cost of non-medical expenses that act as barriers for patients to receive the care they require. Patients with limited financial means are eligible to apply for help through this fund.
Shown during the check presentation (left to right) are Cast For A Cure organizers Brandy Timmons, with daughter Brooke, Clark Evans, and Scott Mayhugh present Beebe Medical Foundation with proceeds from the annual surf-fishing tournament to Beebe Heatlhcare’s Tunnell Cancer Center Screening Nurse Navigator Deb Campbell, front left, Beebe Medical Foundation Gift Officer Diane Barlow, back left, and Executive Director of Oncology Services Barry Hamp for their Patient Special Needs Fund.
For more information about Beebe Medical Foundation or to make a donation, call (302) 644-2900 or go to www.beebemedicalfoundation.org. To learn more about how Beebe is Creating the Next Generation of Care, go to www.nextgenerationofcare.org. For more information about next year’s tournament scheduled for May 16, 2020 or to sign up a team, please email [email protected]. Also, like and follow the Cast For A Cure page on Facebook for the latest information and announcements.