West Virginians are not entirely forgotten, though. Today, 84 Lumber, Nemacolin Woodlands Resort and LPGA player Rachel Rohanna announced a partnership to aid West Virginia flood relief efforts. For every birdie Rohanna scores on the LPGA tour through the end of the year, a total of $300 will be donated to the West Virginia Voluntary Organizations Active in Disasters (WC-VOAD) general flood relief fund.
Rohanna, a Pennsylvania native, is sponsored by 84 Lumber and Nemacolin Woodlands Resort founder Joe Hardy.
“In a time of devastation, Rachel has taken it upon herself to help our West Virginia neighbors in any way she can,” said Maggie Hardy Magerko, President and Owner, 84 Lumber and Nemacolin Woodlands Resort. “As part of the 84 and Nemacolin family, we are excited to cheer Rachel on and to match her donation efforts.”
As longtime readers know, The GolfBlogger is a proud WVU graduate who considers the Mountain State his other home.