Memorial Announces 2020 Niagara Cup

Written by Patrick Bradley

June 26, 2020

29th annual tournament to benefit Golisano Medical Oncology Center

Niagara Falls Memorial Medical Center welcomes back David DeMizio, left, of ComDoc, and Michael Cardamone, D.C. of Cardamone Chiropractic as co-chairs of the 2020 Niagara Cup Classic Golf Tournament. Now in its 29th year, the Niagara Cup will take place Aug. 17 at both the Niagara Falls Country Club and Seneca Hickory Stick Golf Course. 

The Niagara Cup offers an exciting mix of competition and camaraderie in support of various services and programs at Memorial. This year’s tournament will benefit the new Golisano Medical Oncology Center. 

Operated by Memorial Medical Center in affiliation with Roswell Park Comprehensive Cancer Center, the new $2 million facility will make Roswell’s expertise in areas including hematology, chemotherapy infusion, and immunotherapy readily accessible to those who live and work in Niagara County. The 6,085-square-foot facility is located on the fourth floor of the medical center and is scheduled to open July 6. 

The Niagara Cup Classic sells out early as a limited number of golfers are permitted per course. To reserve your spot today, or for sponsorship opportunities, please contact Andrea Gray at (716) 278-4605 or 

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