Sutter Roseville Foundation hosts 30th annual benefit golf tournament 

By: Staff Report
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On Sept. 9, Sutter Roseville Medical Center Foundation will host its 30th Annual Benefit Golf Tournament and Dinner at Sierra View Country Club in Roseville. This shotgun-start tournament is a full day of play including golf, lunch, dinner, a live auction by David Sobon Auctions, and great tee prizes.

Proceeds from this year’s golf tournament will help fund the Infusion Center program in Sutter Roseville’s new Sutter Cancer Center. The centerpiece of the new medical building on the campus of Sutter Roseville Medical Center will be a consolidated Infusion Center that will house 43 treatment stations. A single infusion session may last up to 10 hours, and a patient’s treatment could require multiple visits. 

The new Infusion Center will offer various amenities to enhance the patient experience, such as ambient lighting, state of the art design and artwork, and a welcoming lobby and waiting area. Each patient treatment station will include a TV, heated reclining chair and room for visitors. Complementary valet parking service, Wi-Fi and refreshments will also be available.

“We are so grateful to our region’s supporters who are helping to make this much-needed Sutter Cancer Center a reality for our patients and their families,” said Pat Brady, Sutter Roseville Medical Center CEO. “We will all be justifiably proud of the outstanding medical services and outcomes this new center will deliver.” 

The tournament’s shotgun start is set for 12:30 p.m., with the Las Vegas-themed cocktail reception set to begin at 6 p.m. Live entertainment will be provided by Midtown Jazz, and dinner will be served at 7 p.m. The always-spirited live auction with David Sobon will begin following dinner. 

Gulstan Dart, anchor for KCRA-News 3, will preside as celebrity master of ceremonies for the evening’s program. Tickets for the dinner are $100. A variety of sponsorship packages are available. Individual golf costs $375, which includes a ticket to the dinner.  

Registration can be made by calling (916) 887-7070 or contacting Megan Bunce at