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Niagara Cup Classic
A prominent pediatrician and a local business executive have been named chairpersons of the 23rd Annual Niagara Cup Classic, the Niagara Falls Memorial Medical Center Foundation announced today.
Robert Gadawski, M.D., and Douglas Mooradian will chair the annual fundraiser for the medical center on Tuesday, June 3, at the Niagara Falls Country Club. The morning flight will tee off with a
shotgun start at 7 a.m. with the afternoon flight hitting the links at 12:30 p.m.
Mr. Mooradian, who returns for a fifth year as the tournament’s co-chair, is the director of business development and customer relations for Pine Pharmaceuticals. A former director of marketing and public relations at Health System Services, he is the recipient of the Niagara Falls Education Foundation’ s 2013 Emerging Leader Alumni Award and is involved in a number of community organizations.
Dr. Gadawski, a board certified pediatrician in private practice at Summit Pediatrics, P.C., in Niagara Falls, is vice president of the medical staff at Niagara Falls Memorial. He was appointed to the medical staff in 1997 and has served as chief of the Department of Pediatrics since 1999.
Since the inaugural tournament in 1992, the Niagara Cup has raised more than $1 million for medical equipment and health care programs at Memorial Medical Center. The tournament is presented by the Medical Center Foundation.
Money raised at this year’s tournament will support healthcare programming at the hospital, particularly cardiac and stroke services.
For information about the Niagara Cup Classic, call Cheryl Wienckowski, Memorial’s director of special events, at (716) 278-4570 or visit www.nfmmc.org/events.
Pictured, from left: Robert Gadawski, M.D., and Douglas Mooradian
One hundred sixty-five golfers took to the links June 4, 2013, at the Niagara Falls Country Club for the 22nd Annual Niagara Cup Classic golf tournament. The tournament raised $40,000, which will support healthcare programming at the hospital, particularly cardiac and stroke services.
Capturing the Niagara Cup with a best two balls net team score of 124 were, from left, Ron Forster, Dennis Hooper, Kevin Scott and Jim Ciancio (not pictured).
Women’s all-star champions were Brandi Goliminski, Alanna Wustrack, Annette Pecenco and Bev Taibi.
Jamie Miller carded a 65 to capture first place honors for gross score.
Thank you to our 2013 corporate sponsors: Health System Services, Practice Management Center, Radiology Solutions Associates PLLC, and Washington Mills.
Renee Taefi Baughman, M.D., and Lucy and Dominick Mutoco-chaired The 2014 Premier, Niagara Falls Memorial Medical Center’s annual black tie dinner and entertainment gala.
Dr. Baughman, a physician with Women’s Medicine of Niagara, is chief of obstetrics and gynecology at Niagara Falls Memorial Medical Center. Ms. Muto is Vice-President of M & T Bank and Branch Manager of the Main and Cedar branch in Niagara Falls. Mr. Muto is employed at Sicoli & Massaro and is the owner of Reliable Property Service, LLC.
The Premier honored Dr. Sujatha Addagatla and Nancy Gara. Dr. Addagatla is a dedicated physician specializing in nephrology who has served Memorial patients since 1997. A highly regarded Western New York banking executive, Nancy Gara was a founder of The Premier and a member of the Memorial Medical Center Board of Directors at the time of her death in May.
The Premier was held Jan. 18 at the Seneca Niagara Casino and Hotel, 310 Fourth St., Niagara Falls and was sold out with more than 900 guests from throughout the Greater Buffalo-Niagara region. With a history of headline entertainers that includes the Four Tops, Three Dog Night, Jon Secada and the Spinners, it is the “event not to miss.”
For information and sponsorship opportunities at The Premier 2015, call (716) 278-4570. Proceeds will benefit Memorial’s Cardiac/Stroke Care Center campaign.
Pictured, from left: Lucy Muto, Dominick Muto, Renee Taefi Baughman, M.D.
Safe at Home Conference
The 15th Annual Safe at Home: Seeking Solutions for Adult and Child Victims of Family Violence Conference was held Tuesday, October 1 at the Conference Center Niagara Falls.
It was attended by 250 law enforcement officers, prosecutors, medical and child welfare professionals, therapists, attorneys, social workers, educators, advocates and counselors who gained a better understanding of the dynamics and impact of domestic violence and child abuse as well as ways to recognize, investigate, treat and prevent family violence.
For information about the 2014 Safe at Home Conference, please visit www.cacofniagara.org or call (716) 285-0045.
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