CMH Champions Staff Golf

Thursday, August 18, 2022

Join us for the CMH Staff 9 & Dine Golf Tournament!

Unwind and enjoy an evening of golf, prizes, dinner and drinks with fellow CMH Staff, Friends, Family and Volunteers.

Each team must have at least 1 CMH Staff member or CMH Volunteer.

Register as a single golfer and be placed on a team, or register together as a group.

Beaverdale Golf Course (1171 Kossuth Rd, Cambridge, ON N3H 4R6)
Thursday, August 18, 2022
4:00 pm shotgun start

Registration opens at 3 pm with a shot gun start at 4 pm.

Please arrive no later than 3:45 pm to find your cart.

Your registration fee covers: 9 holes, golf cart rental, BBQ dinner, 1 drink ticket, club rental and a welcome gift.

No holds! Your payment is your registration.

*If you would like to golf with certain individuals, but are not paying together, please email Alexandra Wolosinecky at [email protected] your name, and the names of those you would like to golf with. Please note that this is not a hold. Your teammates will only be added to your group once they have paid.*

Club rentals are available at no cost but must be booked in advance.

Email [email protected] for details and bookings.


Monday, September 26, 2022

Join us for a day on the links at the beautiful Galt Country Club on Monday, September 26 2022.

Funds raised at this tournament will support the priority needs at CMH. After your day on the course, enjoy a dinner with your foursome.

Lunch, dinner, and carts are included in the registration fee.

Registration will open at 11 am and lunch will be available for pick up at this time. Shotgun start will be at 12 noon.

Space is limited. Please book early!

Sponsorship opportunities available contact [email protected]



“Hopeful" was written by Dr. Asa Ahimbisibwe, CMH Obstetrician to honour his parents who – in his words – had reckless hope in the power of education and to put a spotlight on the importance of providing education to girls in developing countries. Dr. Ahimbisibwe has set a goal of raising $10,000 for CMHF through his book proceeds.

Dr. Asa Ahimbisibwe could have easily not become a doctor. Growing up in Uganda, Africa, the young professional always had the world pushing against him, but his desire to obtain an education persisted until he found success.

Even though his dream of becoming a medical professional came true, his female family members have not been as fortunate due to the lack of support for women’s health and education in developing countries.

Dr. Ahimbisibwe recently published Hopeful, a book about the challenges of the many children growing up in developing countries who yearn to have an education. Hopeful is an account of

Dr. Ahimbisibwe and his cousin who, born in disadvantaged villages in Uganda, embark on the uphill task of changing their lives, but end up in completely different places

To purchase a copy of Hopeful click here.

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