2020 Golf Tournament

As the non-profit that supports Boundary Community Hospital, the Board of Directors for Fry Healthcare Foundation (FHF) has decided to cancel their Annual Golf Tournament for 2020. “The current pandemic has affected our community and businesses and we believe that having a fund raiser at this time is not in the best interest of our Foundation,” said Linda Hiatt, Chair of the FHF Golf Tournament. “We encourage everyone to support our local businesses and put their money into the local economy so that we can come through this together.”

Please join us in supporting our past sponsors and plan to participate in the Tournament next September. Sponsors for the 2019 tournament included Gardiner Prime Angus Ranch, Edward Jones Investments, Pace-Kerby & Co., P1FCU, Medicine Man Pharmacy, Riverside Auto Center, Beck’s Furniture, Boundary Community Hospital Board of Trustees, Kootenai Health, Yellowstone Insurance Exchange, and Life Flight Network. Donors included BF Redi-Mix, The Dressing Room, Cloud Eleven Mountain Farms, Mugsy’s Tavern and Grill, Roxanna Little Designs, Steve Nelson, Beth Wrigley, Auburn Crest Hospice, John Mace, and IBC Signs. We appreciate all of the players and sponsors who have participated in the tournament over the past 11 years. Special thank you to Ralph Lotspeich and the crew at Mirror Lake Golf Course.

The Fry Healthcare Foundation has reserved the Kootenai River Inn for the Festival of Hearts for February 13, 2021. Donations to support the team at Boundary Community Hospital are always welcome.

Take advantage of the beautiful summer weather and play a round on our beautiful local golf course. We will see everyone next year!

Email FryHealthcare@bcch.org for more information

(L to R) Dustin Kralik and Tim Jackson – winners of the 2019 Fry Healthcare Foundation Golf Tournament.

(l-r) Rob Beck, Beck’s Furniture; Ed Sample, Fry Healthcare Foundation; John Baird, Winner; and Craig Johnson, BCH CEO

Highlights from the 2019 Tournament

Mirror Lake Golf Course – September 6, 2019:  Swing! For your heart, for your health and for the community, and that’s what 44 players did at the Fry Healthcare Foundation’s 11th Annual Golf Tournament on Friday, September 6th.

Dustin Kralik and Tim Jackson played to a victory on the beautiful fairways and greens at Mirror Lake Golf Course as part of the “Red Hot Foursome”.

Phil Pollacia and Beth Wrigley came in second with Dave Anderson and Dick Staples finishing in third place.

Longest Drive for Men was Joe Laffoon. In addition to coming in second, Beth Wrigley had the Longest Drive for Women and Closest to the Hole.  Larry Nelson had the Most Accurate Drive and Gus Jackson sank the Longest Putt.

Sponsors for the tournament included Kootenai Health, Yellowstone Insurance Exchange, Life Flight Network, Gardiner Prime Angus Ranch, Edward Jones Investments, Boundary Community Hospital Board of Trustees, Pace-Kerby & Co., P1FCU, Medicine Man Pharmacy, and Riverside Auto Center.  Generous donations were received from BF Redi-Mix, The Dressing Room, Cloud Eleven Mountain Farms, Mugsy’s Tavern and Grill, Roxanna Little Designs, Steve Nelson, Beth Wrigley, Riverside Auto Center, Kootenai Health, and Auburn Crest Hospice.  Special thank you to John Mace and his team at IBC Signs for donating new Tee Box signs for the tournament.

Beck’s Furniture donated the prize for the Great Golf Ball Drop – a gas fire pit with four chairs valued at $1,300. The winning golf ball had Jan Baird’s number on it. Jan’s husband John, who was playing in the tournament, was happy to accept the prize on behalf of his wife.

The funds raised at this year’s tournament will be used to purchase large power tools for joint replacement surgery at Boundary Community Hospital. Over the past twenty years, the Fry Healthcare Foundation and our community have raised over $1.2 Million to benefit the hospital. We are very grateful for your continued support that ultimately benefits everyone who relies on Boundary Community Hospital for emergency and routine care.