/Big winner of PGA’s Sanderson Farms Championship Mississippi children

Big winner of PGA’s Sanderson Farms Championship Mississippi children

For example, the Sanderson Farms Championship in Mississippi, Mississippi’s stop on PGA Tour has been more than a walk spoiled for Mississippi children. Cameron Champ, a rookie on the PGA Tour, won his first championship last October at Country Club of Jackson. He also received a check for $792,000 with a 68 in round three of the Sanderson Farms Championship. The tournament’s results were even more impressive three months later at the University of Mississippi Medical Center on a cold, sunny Thursday morning. The reason is that Sanderson Farms Championship tournament officials presented $1.25m to Friends of Children’s Hospital. This was in addition to Century Club Charities sponsoring. This gift will be used to support the Campaign for Children’s of Mississippi. It is a philanthropic initiative that funds construction of a seven-story pediatric tower near Batson Children’s Hospital. The ground was broken for the project in December 2017. The tower will be home to 88 private neonatal intensive-care units and 10 additional operating rooms. It also includes a pediatric imaging center and outpatient clinic. It will also house the hospital’s pediatric cardiology program. Sanderson Farms CEO Joe Sanderson said that the donation, which is part of the tournament’s $2.235million donated to Mississippi charities, was the result of one year of hard work. Sanderson stated that the Sanderson Farms Championship is only possible because of the hard work Sanderson put in over 12 months. All that hard work is about today, and the next 40 years. It’s all about the children. It’s all about the children. Batson Children’s Hospital in the state is the only hospital specifically designed for children with serious injuries and illnesses. The tournament raised $6.3 million since 2013, when Sanderson Farms was named the title sponsor.