St. Mary’s Ball

PNCI Construction is proud to sponsor the St. Mary’s Ball which honors outstanding community members and honorees Including Physician of the Year and Sacammanno Lifetime Achievement Recipients.

Funds raised through the St. Mary’s Ball assist a number of hospital programs such as inpatient palliative care, stroke and cancer programs, and medical education.

Community Hospital Foundation

PNCI is proud to sponsor the Community Hospital Foundation through sponsorship of the annual Community Hospital Foundation Gala. Proceeds from this year’s gala supported the implementation of ultrasound guided placement of Peripherally Inserted Central Catheter (PICC) lines, midlines, and IVs.

The Community Hospital Foundation is dedicated to supporting the hospital’s mission and advancing our commitment to caring for people in a patient-centered environment. The Foundation is comprised of business owners, civic leaders, and physicians who willingly give of their time in support of Community Hospital. The Foundation raises, invests, and disperses funds to support the programs and services of Community Hospital.

Western Slope Triple Play

PNCI Construction, Inc. is a proud sponsor of the Western Slope Triple Play. The Western Slope Triple Play is Colorado’s only 3 day women’s golf tournament. The format is 54-hole stroke play. Play 3 of Western Colorado’s most scenic and challenging courses – Bookcliff Country Club, Tiara Rado Golf Course, and Redlands Mesa Golf Club. Proceeds from this event benefit Hilltop’s Latimer House. Latimer House provides vital services to those affected by domestic violence, including emergency shelter, 24-hour crisis line, counseling, children’s services, transitional housing and more.

Rocky Mountain Open Golf Tournament

PNCI Construction, Inc. proudly sponsors Enstrom’s Rocky Mountain Open® Golf Tournament, the longest running continuous, open golf tournament in the state of Colorado.

The RMO began in 1939 as the first golf tournament in Western Colorado where both amateur and professional golfers could compete together for their own prizes. Lincoln Park Golf Course was the site of the 54-hole tournament played over the course of two days. It was sponsored by the Grand Junction Chamber of Commerce with assistance from Hayden Newton, the pro at Lincoln Park. Chet Enstrom, grandfather of Jamee Simons, was the first tournament chairman. Jamee and her husband Doug Simons, owners of Enstrom Candies, now sponsor the Rocky Mountain Open. Purses have varied through the years beginning with $500 – $750 shared among the professional winners and $250 for the amateurs. In 1942 $1,000 in war bonds were awarded to the pros with a $50 war bond for each of the amateur winners. By the 1940’s the RMO began to get national publicity. Pros came from both coasts. Noted players included Mildred (Babe) Didrikson Zaharas, world famous female athlete, who finished third as an amateur in 1946 and returned in 1950 to play in the pro flight. The late Orville Moody, U.S. Open winner in 1969, won the RMO® in 1975. Locally, Harold “Skeet” Sommers, long time pro at Lincoln Park, and his professional golf sons, Dan and Jack, were RMO winners numerous times.

Participation has grown from the original 60 players to the current 200 players with an estimated purse of $70,000. Some changes to the original format have occurred during the 70 years of the RMO. Gallery tickets for both days cost $1.00 the first year, but spectators were soon welcomed for free and could follow their favorite players around the course. The original 54-hole tournament has been expanded to three days with 18 holes played each day rather than 36 holes on the second day. Tiara Rado Golf Course was added in 2000 by the Western Colorado Golf Foundation as the second course to accommodate the growing pro and amateur fields. USGA rules, unless modified by local rules, have governed play for all 70 years. The local golfers who played in the 1939 tournament were reported to have practiced to remember to follow their “summer rules” where the golfer had to play the ball from its lie.

The Western Colorado Golf Foundation has continued to keep the RMO as a premier professional and amateur tournament. In 2001 it expanded the RMO to fund college scholarships for Western Colorado high school golfers. Through its direction and dedication, the RMO has not only offered the same great tournament started in 1939, but also has provided over $130,000 in needed financial assistance to young golfers from the area. Colorado Golf Association officials assist in maintaining the high caliber of play.

The RMO combines challenging play on two excellent golf courses with the opportunity for both professional and amateur golfers to enjoy the spectacular scenery of the Grand Mesa and Colorado National Monument while assisting young golfers to reach their educational goals. What a great opportunity for the golfing community!

CMU Athletics

PNCI Construction, Inc. is a proud sponsor of Colorado Mesa University Athletics which offers 23 intercollegiate varsity sports and six emerging sports. With sponsorship the University is able to continue growing and renovating the campus, improving and adding much needed programs, and recruiting and graduating a record number of quality students.

CMU Maverick Hoedown

PNCI Construction, Inc. is proud to sponsor The Colorado Mesa University Hoedown. The Colorado Mesa University Hoedown is an annual fundraiser held by the Colorado Mesa University Athletics Department in conjunction with dedicated and talented community volunteers.  The proceeds from this event go to the student-athletes and their specific programs.

Rose Hill Rally

PNCI Construction was a proud supporter and sponsor of the Rose Hill Rally, which benefitted the St. Mary’s Hospital Rose Hill Hospitality House. The Rose Hill Rally was a fixture in the Grand Valley for over two decades. Hundreds of bike riders would gather to ride a non-competitive 50k or 100k as they raised money for the Rose Hill Hospitality House enjoying breakfast, lunch, prizes, and a unique camaraderie along the way.

The Rose Hill Hospitality House is part of St. Mary’s Medical Center, the only level II Trauma center between Denver and Salt Lake City. The house provides free accommodations for out of town patients of St. Mary’s and their families.  Families of seriously ill or injured patients (Such as Critical Care, Oncology, and Neonatal Intensive Care) may stay on a donation only basis. Since Rose Hill Hospitality House Opened in 1998, over 20,000 guests from all 50 states and more than 30 countries have benefited from the comforting environment provided by Rose Hill Hospitality House.