Softball tournament raises $15,000 for Solvay Hospice House, cancer care

Players raised $15,000 during the 2013 Prevost/Williams softball tournament. Submitted

Players raised $15,000 during the 2013 Prevost/Williams softball tournament. Submitted

Two families and 12 teams gathered in memory of Bob Prevost and Steve Williams for Solon Springs’ 10th annual Prevost/Williams softball tournament.

The three-day event, complete with live music, pulled pork, good beer and great friends, raised $10,000 for the Miller-Dwan Foundation’s Solvay Hospice House in Duluth. Additional funds raised at the tourney will be used by the family as needed to support individual cancer care.

Steve and Bob were two great guys who cared about their community and were always ready to give a helping hand to neighbors and friends. The Prevost/Williams tournament continues to carry on their legacy by helping others with their fight against cancer.

About Solvay Hospice House and the Miller-Dwan Foundation

More than a building, Solvay Hospice House is a vision of respect for everyone at the end of life. Solvay is operated by Essentia Health, St. Mary’s Hospice and owned by the Miller-Dwan Foundation, which is committed to continued stewardship for both the home and the care of patients. To learn more visit www.mdfoundation.org.

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