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Jim Kerwin Announces Oxford Communications To Be the Title Sponsor of Bermuda Health Foundation Salute for the Second Year
Date:6/2/2009

The Bermuda Health Foundation's Annual Salute to Service Award

ST. GEORGE'S, Bermuda, June 2 /PRNewswire/ -- For the second consecutive year, Jim Kerwin of Oxford Communications (www.oxfordcommunications.bm), Bermuda's premier advertising agency, is pleased to announce that Oxford Communications will be the primary sponsor of The Bermuda Health Foundation's Annual Salute to Service Award Luncheon on June 17th and Celebrity Golf Tournament to be held June 20th, 2009. This year marks the 7th Annual BHF Salute to Service Awards.

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The Bermuda Health Foundation, a Bermuda registered charity, was founded in 2002 by Premier Dr. The Honourable Ewart F. Brown, JP MP, Murray Brown, Vincent Hollinsid, and Philip Butterfield. The foundation provides scholarships for Bermudian students who wish to pursue a career in the medical field. This Year's "Salute to Service" Luncheon will be held Wednesday, June 17th at the Fairmont Hamilton Princess and will salute Dr. Eugene Harvey, a much beloved general practitioner who recently retired from his medical practice after 30 years. The 2009 scholarship winners will also be announced at the luncheon. BHF's Salute celebration will continue Saturday, June 20th at the 6th Annual Celebrity Golf Tournament to be held at The Port Royal Golf Course. Professional golfer AJ Bonar will join 125 participants to compete in this 18-hole tourney. In addition to the title sponsorship, Oxford Communications will help to coordinate the activities throughout the day, provide goodie bags and hold a raffle during the Awards luncheon. All proceeds raised from the raffle and over the course of the day will be donated to the Bermud
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