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Husky Sports Celebs Tee Up for the 4th Annual Sonny Sixkiller Golf Tournament.

The Fourth Annual Sonny Sixkiller Husky Golf Classic, presented by Wilder Auto Center, will tee off on Friday, July 25th at The Cedars at Dungeness Golf Course.

This year's event will feature yet another strong field of Who's Who celebrities from the University of Washington sports scene, both recent and historical.

The event was coordinated by former UW Quarterback Sonny Sixkiller as a way to feature Husky sports celebs and also work with the Jamestown S'Klallam Tribe and the Olympic Medical Center Foundation.

"I've always wanted to set up a tournament to showcase the legacy of University of Washington sports, especially football," said Sixkiller.   "I am extremely pleased to be able to work with the Jamestown S'Klallam Tribe once again and am happy that it will benefit the Olympic Medical Center Foundation."

"We are delighted to be a part of this tournament - we think it is the premier sporting event on the Peninsula," said Jerry Allen, the CEO of Seven Cedars Casino.  "We have been very fortunate to partner with Sonny for the past 11 years."

This year's event features an impressive list of over 30 Husky legends teamed up in foursomes with local golfers and Husky alumni.  They include former coach Jim Lambright, also players Lincoln Kennedy, Michael Jackson, Nesby Glasgo, Marques Tuiasosopo, Greg Lewis, Robin Earl and Steve Entman.  Also playing will be Port Angeles HIgh School alumni Scott Jones, the only Roughrider to play in the NFL after a successful career at UW.

The tournament tees off at the Cedars at Dungeness on Friday, July 25th.  For more information on the results of last year's event, click here

Up Next for OMC Foundation!

Olympic Medical Center Foundation is happy to announce a new event coming up in August featuring local Microbrews, games, and fantastic prizes.

The brand new event, dubbed "Hog Wild - A Night of Games, Suds, and Grub" will take place at Barhop Brewery on August 23rd, and will feature a pig roast, Barhop Micro Brews, and games where attendees can win prizes.

The event, sponsored by Sequim Health and Rehabilitation, Crestwood Health and Rehabilitaiton, and Extendcare facilities, will provide a relaxed atmosphere for raising money for the Foundation.  President Karen Rogers claims of all of the sponsors, "They have stepped forward significantly to help better the lives of patients at Olympic Medical Center."

Rogers says Sequim Health and Rehabilitation and Crestwood Rehabilitation have consistently been two of the largest sponsors and donors for Olympic Medical Center Foundation.  Sequim Health and Rehabilitation Administrator Ed Ebling says "We are pleased to be a part of the effort to make our local Medical Center a great rural center."

Crestwood Health and Rehabilitation Center Administrator Michael Littman says "We appreciate the opportunity to maek a difference."

Olympic Medical Center Foundation Executive Director Bruce Skinner says "Because of Extendcare and our other sponsors, we are able to give 100% of monies donated to Olympic Medical Center."

Stay tuned to this website for more information on this new event for the Olympic Medical Center Foundation!

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Sonny Sixkiller Annual Golf Classic in July
The OMC Foundation is proud to team up with Husky Football legend Sonny Sixkiller for the annual golf tournament.



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