Benefit Golf Tournament for 22-Year-Old Battling Cancer
Some very good friends of mine have a 22-year-old daughter who is battling cancer. Fort Collins Country Club will be the host site of a benefit golf tournament on Monday, October 1st, in honor of Mikayla.
Connie and John Hanrahan issued the following statement:
On June 1, 2018 our daughter Mikayla was diagnosed with Diffuse Large B-Cell Lymphoma. Since day one, she has handled her diagnosis with strength, determination and a beautiful smile that rarely disappears. Her treatment consists of six cycles of a 21-day regiment of chemo (one week in PVH for chemo, then two weeks out to recuperate), followed by two shorter chemo cycles, which will be followed by weeks of radiation. Her health team at our local UCHealth Cancer Center, the 5th floor nurses of Poudre Valley Hospital, as well as those at Anschutz and Children’s Hospital, have been the very best we could’ve ever hoped and prayed for. We appreciate your good thoughts, prayers and support.
The tournament is Monday, October 1st at Fort Collins Country Club. The 4-person scramble is a noon shotgun start.
- Grilled Lunch available for $10 – Includes Brat, Chips, Cookie
- Dinner and Auction immediately following golf
- CAN’T PLAY GOLF BUT WANT TO HAVE DINNER? $40 requested donation
Funds collected from this benefit golf tournament will be used to pay for Mikayla’s continued medical care.
To reserve your sponsorship, foursome, dinner reservations, email Connie Hanrahan at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Entries due Wednesday, September 26.
Here is a photo of Mikayla and Tonka the UCHealth therapy dog: