Memorial Golf Outing on June 17 to benefit Camp Courage – A Grief Healing Camp for Children

Business News |Jun 7, 2017|2 min read

Four Person Scramble Tournament benefiting the Harbor Hospice Foundation – Camp Courage Program, a grief camp for children 6-12 and teens 15-19.


Hosted by Abby and Steve Lohman and Chase Hammond Golf Club. Abby and Steve Lohman started the annual Naleah Drew Memorial Golf Outing to continue the SPIRIT OF GIVING IN MEMORY of their daughter, Naleah Drew.


1:00 PM – Registration Opens, 2:00 PM – Shotgun Start. Golf outing held at the beautiful Chase Hammond Golf Club, 2454 Putnam Rd, Muskegon, Michigan.  $60/player or $240/4-Person Team and includes 18 holes with card, food, limited beverages, door prizes and contests. Registration and payment is due by Monday, June 12. Limited to first 25 teams that register.


Call Abby 231.955.5824 or Steve 231.855.1617 for details or register your team.  Enjoy a day of golfing and support our children’s grief healing program.

Harbor Hospice has been offering Camp Courage for 24 years as a way to help children and their families following the death of a loved one. The emotions of grief can be overwhelming and isolating for children who have not yet developed the verbal and emotional skills to navigate the grief process.


Children grieve differently than adults and need time to just “be kids” as well as time to honor and remember their loved one.  Kids often feel alone in their grief and thrive when able to connect with others who understand their unique experience.


Harbor Hospice staff and trained volunteers create a safe, stable environment for children to explore and express their grief, remember their loved one, and connect with others who have experienced a death.  Children participate in traditional camp activities along with grief-tailored activities that teach healthy coping skills.


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