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Trinitas Golf and Spa Day Set for September 25

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Popular fundraiser returns to Echo Lake Country Club as Spa Day relocates to New Providence.
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Whether you are enjoying a day on the links or relaxing at the spa, Trinitas Health Foundation’s Annual Golf Classic and Spa Day is guaranteed to be an unforgettable day. On Monday, September 25th, the golf outing will return to Echo Lake Country Club in Westfield, New Jersey. If you’d like to skip the links, please join us for a relaxing spa day at Skin Deep Salon and Spa in New Providence, New Jersey.

"By supporting this event; businesses, corporations, agencies and individuals make a real difference in Trinitas’ ability to ensure quality healthcare to everyone in our community. A round of golf, networking with fellow golfers, or enjoying a stress-free day at the spa, plus cocktails and dinner, that’s a great day no matter how you look at it,” said Jill Sawers, Chairperson of the Trinitas Health Foundation.

Foursomes are available for $3,000 and include; lunch, cocktail reception and dinner, a tee/hole sign, listing in the program and a gift. New this year is the “Sponsor a Doc” Foursome. Spend the day with two of your friends and sponsor a Trinitas doctor to join you.  Individual Golf Reservations are available for $650 per person. In an effort to accommodate different schedules, the event offers two shotgun starts; one at 8:00 AM and another at 1:00 PM. The popular spa day experience will also have two start times, at 9:00 AM and 12 NOON.

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“Since 2011, Echo Lake Country Club has provided our golfers and guests with one of the most beautiful settings for golf in the state and we are excited to continue the tradition this year,” said Nadine Brechner, Chief Development Officer and Vice President of the Trinitas Health Foundation. “The course is referred to as ‘the hidden gem’ of New Jersey golf, having one of the loveliest and most well-appointed clubhouses around.”

The Spa Day reservation includes a 50 minute facial, 50 minute therapeutic massage, one hour pediceutical pedicure, hair styling, touch up make-up, and refreshments at the spa. Lunch, cocktail reception and dinner are also included at Echo Lake Country Club, along with a gift. Round-trip transportation will be provided for afternoon spa guests. Not a golfer and don’t have time for a spa day? No problem. Guests can opt for just the cocktail reception and dinner for only $135. 

“Our spa option has continuously been a hit since being introduced in 2008 and we are excited to see how people like the new salon. This has always been a delight for the non-golfers,” said Brechner. “The new spa offers exceptional services. Their goal, along with ours, is for you to leave feeling pampered, refreshed, revitalized, and looking fabulous.”

Those interested in business and individual sponsorship opportunities or wish to participate should contact Joanne McGann at 908–994–8249.  Please make checks payable to Trinitas Health Foundation and mail to P.O. Box 259, Elizabeth, NJ 07207-0259.  Visit www.trinitasrmc.org/foundation.htm for additional information.

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