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Linden Lodge Foundation, Inc. a local non-profit organization serving those with severe mental illness in Moore County, is hosting a Charity Golf Event on Monday, October 4, 2021, shotgun at 9:30am at the prestigious Holly golf course in Pinewild. Continental breakfast and lunch will be provided. Golfers will have the opportunity to win a $10,000 cash prize for a hole-in-one on a 3 par sponsored by The Martha Gentry Team and another prize of a car for a hole-in-one on a par 3 sponsored by Cooper Ford. In addition, golfers will be able to bid on artwork from local artists and other items.
Linden Lodge’s goal is to provide a high quality of life for all residents, ongoing improvement and increased self-esteem and the ultimate elimination of stigma against those with a mental illness. Residents, staff and volunteers work side-by-side to develop treatment plans, set goals and discover ways to successfully achieve them. Success depends upon the Lodge’s ability to inspire partnerships between residents, staff, board members, volunteers, organization partners, medical providers and the larger community. Linden Lodge is completely funded by community donations, they do not receive any government funding.
About the foundation: The Linden Lodge Foundation, Inc., is dedicated to the recovery of men and women with a serious and persistent mental illness by providing opportunities for residents to live, work, and learn, while contributing their talents through a community of mutual support.Linden Lodge accomplishes this goal by providing a safe, homey residence and the development of innovative, motivational, educational and vocational prospects.
The Holly Course
The Holly is a special signature design by golf’s legendary world traveler, Gary Player, the Holly course is the perfect compliment to the Magnolia. The Holly features fewer bunkers, more water and smaller greens. Vast areas of longleaf pines were left untouched, and the course features numerous natural waste bunkers. The design utilizes the property’s many lakes, ponds and streams that wind through numerous wooded areas throughout the course. Multiple tees present a variety of challenges, but the course is definitely playable for golfers of all skill levels. The Holly recently underwent a Greens Complex renovation in the summer of 2020, whereby the greens were replaced with Diamond Zoysia grass. The Holly is proud to have hosted the Carolinas PGA Pro-Pro Championship, as well as numerous other Carolinas Golf Association and USGA qualifying events.
Linden Lodge Foundation, Board Member
Saturday, October 4th, 2021 from 9:30 AM EDT
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Pinewild Holly Course
6 Glasgow Dr.
Pinehurst, NC 28374
Please fill out our online registration form or call our office at 910-295-0600 from 9am to 4pm to register.
- An estimated 26% of Americans ages 18 and older — about 1 in 4 adults — suffers from a diagnosable mental disorder in a given year.
Want to help make a difference while you shop in the Amazon app, at no extra cost to you? Simply follow the instructions below to select “Linden Lodge Foundation” as your charity and activate AmazonSmile in the app. They’ll donate a portion of your eligible mobile app purchases to us.
How it works:
1. Open the Amazon app on your phone
2. Select the main menu (=) & tap on “AmazonSmile” within Programs & Features
3. Select “Linden Lodge Foundation” as your charity
4. Follow the on-screen instructions to activate AmazonSmile in the mobile app
Pete Early, former Washington Post reporter, Mental Health Advocate, and long time friend of Linden Lodge, has just named Linden Lodge Foundation’s Chair, Marianne Kernan, “Most Impactful Player in Mental Health in 2019”.
Each year, Early picks a well-known individual or organization that is making a significant impact in Mental Health.
Guy Reynolds, a previous Winston-Salem photographer has died. Reynolds was a friend of a friend of Linden Lodge. He recently beat cancer, he was a Pulitzer award recipient for his photography, and he worked for many years with The Dallas Morning News. Guy Reynolds also lived with Major Depression. In the end, no matter how much had been accomplished in his life, Reynolds still fell victim to an invisible illness. Our hope at Linden Lodge is for this amazing man’s life to live on through his beautiful photographs and to bring awareness to Mental Illness.
Major Depression in particular affects around 16 million adults in the US alone. Major Depression causes severe symptoms that affect everyday life. Personal hygiene, sleep, work productivity, and eating habits can all be affected by depression. Major Depressive Disorder is treatable. To learn more about Guy Reynolds, check out this article from artsandseek.org. To learn more about Major Depressive Disorder please visit the National Institute of Mental Health.