28th Annual Hospice Memorial Golf Tournament

We are excited to announce that registration is open for our 28th Annual Hospice Memorial Golf Tournament, which takes place Friday, June 7th, at the Country Club of Barre.

Our Hospice Memorial Golf Tournament, initiated in 1996 by Scott Freeman’s friends and family, continues to embody the spirit of giving back. This year, we fondly remember Diana Peirce for her legacy of caring and profound impact on countless lives. Diana played a pivotal role in establishing our hospice program over 40 years ago and guided the organization through its formative stages, achieving significant milestones along the way.

18 Hole Scramble Schedule

9 am Registration Opens
Registration fee includes an entry gift, snacks, non-alcoholic beverages, lunch, and awards.

10 am Shotgun Start (rain or shine)
Lunch will be available on the turn.

3 pm Award Ceremony
There will be awards for the Three-Team Low Gross, Three-Team Low Net, Closest to the Pin, Beat the Kid, and Putting Contest.


Golfers of all skill levels are welcome. You can register as an individual or a team. This is our most popular fundraising event, and golf spots are going fast. Register today to secure your spot.

Thank You Sponsors

We are grateful for the support from our community. This event would not be possible without the generosity of our event sponsors.

If you are interested in sponsoring, click on the level below to sign up, or contact Kelly Finnegan, CVHHH’s Community Relations & Events Coordinator via email (kfinnegan@cvhhh.org) or at 802-224-2267.

Your name will be featured with other Tee Sponsors on a sponsorship sign near the registration area.

The Gift of Hospice

Hospice provides comfort and support for individuals as they near the end of life. Care is provided by an interdisciplinary team and includes expert medical treatment, pain and symptom management, and emotional and spiritual support centered on meeting the needs of patients and their families. Hospice care is available wherever a person resides—at home, in a nursing home, or in an assisted-living facility.

The goal of hospice is to help individuals achieve the highest possible quality of life, even as death nears. Care is patient-centered and guided by an individual’s unique wishes and goals, allowing families to focus on what matters most to them.

To learn more about our hospice services or make a gift online.

Kelly Finnegan, Community Relations & Events Coordinator
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