Turner Construction Presents $26K Check to Avista Adventist Hospital
Greenwood Village, CO –Turner Construction’s Denver office recently presented a $26,144 check to Avista Adventist Hospital, the proceeds from a Sporting Clays Tournament held at Kiowa Creek Sporting Club this past summer.
“We are delighted with and extremely grateful to Turner Construction for their commitment to the health of the women in Avista’s community,” said Dennis Barts, Chief Executive Officer of Avista Adventist Hospital. “The generous gift from Turner as a result of their sponsorship of the skeet shooting tournament will enhance our ability to invest in life-saving technology for women. We are grateful to have Turner as partner as we build upon our commitment to women.”
Special thanks to the tournament sponsor – Tower Electric. Additional sponsors included:
– Shotgun Sponsors – E&K of Denver, Heartland Acoustics & Interiors, and Turman Commercial Painters
– Shells & Bags Sponsors – Weifield Group, RK Mechanical, MTech Mechanical, Heating & Plumbing Engineers, Inc.
– Breakfast Sponsors – Spacecon Specialty Contractors, Western States Fire Protection Company.
– Lunch Sponsors – Schuff Steel and Ludvik Electric Company. Beverage Sponsors – Kenny Electric Service, Inc., and Cornerstone Painting Contractors.
– Raffle Sponsor – Rocky Mountain Prestress
– Flippin’ Flapjacks provided the breakfast and Kiowa Creek Sporting Club provided lunch.
Avista Adventist Hospital is a comprehensive medical center that provides a full-range of medical specialties and exceptional health care to the Louisville, Broomfield, and the surrounding Boulder area communities. A 114-bed full service hospital, Avista provides first-rate Heart and Vascular and emergency care. Avista Hospital is home to a Joint and Spine Care Center specializing in hip and knee replacement and spine surgery. It is also widely recognized for its award-winning New Life Center, the Louisville and Boulder area’s largest and most innovative birth center and home of the area’s largest Neonatal Intensive Care Nursery.
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