Get ready for an incredible week – it’s time for the 2023 CRMC Championship presented by Gerten’s at Cragun’s Legacy Courses!

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We’re hosting 156 top-notch golfers from around the world. But this event isn’t just about golf – it’s our major fundraiser for CRMC’s Foundation, supporting local patients and advancing healthcare technology.

Not a golf fan? No worries! Enjoy the fun at Cragun’s Legacy Courses, admission is FREE! Don’t miss MN Wild’s Matt Boldy teeing off Thursday morning and Friday afternoon.

Want to make an impact? Check out our online auction at  for dream vacations, golf packages, unique memorabilia, and more.

You can also get in on the action by purchasing Split the Pot raffle tickets at Cuyuna Lakes Pharmacy, Cragun's Legacy Courses, and Cub Foods in Baxter and Brainerd until Sunday, September 3. 

View the full tournament schedule and learn more here. 



Expressing Appreciation through Generosity

When it comes to serving the community's well-being, no other charitable organization holds a more significant purpose than healthcare. The Cuyuna Regional Medical Center Foundation receives gifts that profoundly contribute to addressing crucial healthcare needs in our community. These contributions enable the implementation of specific projects that might otherwise remain unrealized due to resource constraints. The dollars generously donated have a profound impact, positively affecting the lives of thousands of patients and their families annually.


Community members who display generosity have the ability to contribute significantly to our community through the act of donating.

Gift/Donate Now

About the Foundation

Cuyuna Regional Medical Center’s Foundation was established in 2010 to encourage and manage philanthropic contributions to CRMC and to help assure that the hospital built by the people of the Cuyuna Range more than 55 years ago can continue providing great care.

Philanthropic support has been an essential part of CRMC’s growth and has helped us save countless lives. Investments from the community have benefitted hundreds of patients and assisted our efforts to equip our facility with the latest technology that allows patients to remain in the area while receiving care. As technology advances, so does our ability to diagnose problems earlier, and perform surgeries that are minimally invasive.

Meet our Staff


Jennifer Podsiadly

Foundation Coordinator

For further information or assistance:
Contact Jennifer Podsiadly at 218-545-4455

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