Putnam Hospital Center to receive the Bronze Key Award & Arms Acres to receive Community Champion Award
The National Council on Alcoholism & Other Drug Dependencies/Putnam (NCADD) will be honoring Putnam Hospital Center at their Golf Outing and 10th Annual Luncheon on Monday, September 12, 2016 for their exemplary contributions to alcohol and drug prevention in Putnam County. The Bronze Key is given annually to an individual or organization in our community that recognizes the need for substance use disorder prevention, treatment and recovery. Putnam Hospital Center is being recognized for its continuous support to NCADD Putnam and the field of alcoholism and substance abuse prevention.
NCADD Putnam is also pleased to announce that Arms Acres is the recipient of our first ever Community Champion Award. This award recognizes an individual or organization that goes above and beyond in supporting the efforts of alcohol and substance abuse prevention and education programs in Putnam County.
“Putnam Hospital Center and Arms Acres dedication to our community has improved the quality of life in Putnam County. We are so pleased to be honoring organizations who contribute so much to substance abuse prevention in Putnam County” stated Kristin McConnell, Executive Director of the National Council on Alcoholism and Other Drug Dependencies/Putnam.
The Golf Outing and 10th Annual Luncheon will take place on Monday, September 12th at Putnam County Golf Course, 187 Hill Street, Mahopac, NY, and feature a golf outing followed by a barbeque lunch, raffle and awards presentation. Non-golfers are welcome to attend the lunch only. The Master of Ceremony will be Joseph A. DeMarzo, Deputy Commissioner of the Putnam County Department of Mental Health/Social Services/Youth Bureau.
Seating is limited and RSVP is preferred. For more event details, please call 845-225-4646.