Exciting Update on Logan’s Recovery and Upcoming Golf Tournament Fundraiser

Logan, the courageous young heart transplant recipient we have followed closely in recent months, continues to impress with his recovery. His most recent heart catheterization from last week showed regular heart activity, not just for a transplant heart, but a normal one. While there’s work ahead to build his stamina and endurance, the overall progress is excellent and a testament to Logan’s resilience.

As Logan continues on his recovery journey, the community is invited to rally around him and his family by participating in an upcoming fundraiser: a golf tournament scheduled for September 30th at Cedar Ridge in Gettysburg. For more information visit: https://www.facebook.com/events/3613530402203688

Here’s how you can get involved:

  • Play: Entry fees are $75 per player or $300 for a team of four. Team payments are due by September 12.
  • Sponsor: Businesses or individuals can sponsor a hole at the tournament. A $200 sponsorship secures your name on a sign at a hole. $500 provides both a team entry and sponsorship. Sponsorship checks are due by August 19.
  • Donate: Contributions towards sponsoring a raffle basket are welcomed, or you can assemble a raffle basket yourself. All raffles are due by September 22.

Checks should be made payable to Lisa Jacobs and sent to 47 Plank Rd, York Springs, PA 17372. Raffle items or funds toward raffle baskets are also accepted. Registration forms are available upon request by visiting the event link.

We encourage you to take part in this fundraiser to support Logan and his family during this time. As always, our community continues to stand with Logan as he bravely navigates his recovery. Stay tuned for more updates on his progress.


Ann Marie Moore obituary 1944-2023

Ann is a lifelong member of St. John Lutheran Church in Fairfield, and a member and past president of AORN (Association of periOperative Registered Nurses).

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