Alumni golfers have students’ interests at heart
Alumni probably understand the burden of paying for a medical education better than anyone, which is why they have been so supportive of scholarships through the years. Now in its 18th year, the annual Alumni Scholarship Golf Classic is a popular way for former graduates to assist students with the cost of tuition. A total of 62 golfers attended this year’s event on Aug. 20, which took place at Broadlands Golf Club in North Prairie, Wis. The Golf Classic, sponsored by the Medical College of Wisconsin/ Marquette Medical Alumni Association, raised $14,000 this year for scholarships.
Not counting this year, the outing has provided 145 scholarships to medical students, totaling $262,000. For more information, call (414) 955-4781 or e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org.
Foursomes included a mix of students and alumni, including (L-R) Christopher Anderson, M4; Christopher Arndt, M4; David Foley, MD ’52; and Anthony Ziebert, MD ’60, GME ’64, Fel ’64.
Josh Brown, M3; Michael Brooks, MD ’89, GME ’94; David Brooks, MD ’88; and Jerome Brooks, MD ’61, enjoy a day on the links while supporting student scholarships.
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