It was a hot day filled with wall-to-wall sunshine for the 41st annual Weld Legacy Foundation Golf Tournament held on Monday, August 21, 2023, at the Greeley Country Club. Over $37,000 in net proceeds will benefit the Heart Safe City program. Golfers, sponsors, and volunteers participated in the popular double shotgun scramble. The Heart Safe City designation is a community-wide effort to educate citizens on the dangers of sudden cardiac arrest. Identifying symptoms, learning how to administer cardiopulmonary resuscitation (CPR) and using automated external defibrillators (AEDs) are major components of the Heart Safe City designation. The Heart Safe City initiative called for the placement of AEDs in public gathering spots throughout our community. These easy-to-use AEDs are equipped with simple step-by-step user instructions and are maintained by LifeMed Safety. In 2013, Greeley became the second city in Colorado to officially earn the Heart Safe City designation. Since 2013, over 1,000 community members have been trained in CPR through this program, and numerous AEDs are now in service throughout Weld County. The goal of the Heart Safe City initiative is to continue to raise funds to provide community wide CPR training and service the existing AEDs. Taking home top honors from the tournament was the Northward LLC (Tim and Sally Warde) team, consisting of Tim Warde, John Carr, Dennis Gierhart, and Tim Halsey. The support of our community is always something to behold. There were several new sponsors this year, and many returning sponsors as well. A special thanks goes out to all the volunteers that made this day great and successful in raising funds for Heart Safe City. Their gift of time is very much appreciated. The Weld Legacy Foundation, founded in 1975, has served as a philanthropic partner in supporting healthcare in the community. During that time, the Foundation has been entrusted as stewards of over $50 million in charitable gifts.