Amanda Peterson, Communications & Volunteer Manager for Calvert Hospice; Carmen Schrodel; Sarah Simmons, Executive Director for Calvert Hospice; Teresa Schrodel

PRINCE FREDERICK, Md. – Calvert Hospice received a generous donation of $8,500 from the 18th annual Michael D. Schrodel Golf Classic held on July 23. The golf tournament benefits Calvert Hospice and a scholarship at Frostburg State University in Michael’s name. Carmen Schrodel has been organizing the event since 2018. She is proud that this event serves as a way to bring people together who loved her dad. This year’s event was very successful, boasting 22 teams and approximately 50 sponsors, a putting contest, a hole in one contest, multiple silent auction items, and a double-your-money hole contest. This year’s event was held at Breton Bay Golf & Country Club in Leonardtown and will be held there again in 2022. Follow the Michael D. Schrodel Golf Classic on Facebook or visit their website https://MDSGolfClassic.com to stay updated with registration info for 2022!

Calvert Hospice would like to thank all who participated in this year’s Golf Classic. Teresa is a former member of the Calvert Hospice Board of Directors, and her family’s business, Medart Galleries, has been a Calvert Hospice Partner for several years. Calvert Hospice is so grateful for their continued support.