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Hit The Links For This Autism Fundraiser

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Sep 202019
 

The Bethany Leapley Autism Spectrum Disorder Scholarship Fund will host its annual Golf Tournament at Orange Hills Country Club on Thursday, September 26.

The day’s schedule is as follows:

11:30 am Registration and Lunch

1 pm Tee Off

Click here to register now or go to www.bethanyleapleyasdfund.org

  • Individual $200
  • Foursome $750
  • Hole Sponsorship $125 per hole
  • Foursome for Military Veterans, Cops, Firemen, Teachers & Special Ed Professionals – 50% off! ($375) Thank you for all that you do!

Can’t attend? 

If you are unable to attend, but would like to donate, you may click here or go to: www.bethanyleapleyasdfund.org/donate 

All funds collected will be utilized to award scholarships to children and adults for the Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD) Fitness Center. The ASD Fitness Center is a facility designed specifically to provide a safe, comfortable and structured environment for empowering individuals with ASD to improve their level of physical fitness.

For more information E-mail ASDScholarship@gmail.com

 

Be A Part Of The 14th Annual Amity Hockey Golf Tournament

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Jun 092019
 

If coach Mike “Scooter” Richetelli can work his magic again in the 2019-2020 season, we may see them skate away with the trophy.
In the meantime, you can help support the team by participating in the 14th Annual Amity Hockey Golf Tournament at Orange Hills Country Club on Friday, June 14. Past participants describe it as “A Great Time.”
If you would like to play, click on the links below. There’s still a couple of openings for foursomes.
Online registration and all forms for offline registration are now available.

The Tournament Schedule is as follows:

7:00 AM Registration and Continental Breakfast

8:00 AM Shotgun start – Scramble Format

(Soft spikes and appropriate golf apparel required)

Boxed lunch for each golfer on the course

Dinner and Raffle following Round

Prizes for 1st, 2nd and 3rd Place Teams

Cost $150.00 per Golfer

Proceeds help support the 2019-20 Amity Ice Hockey Team.

 

Golf Tournament Raises More Than $54,000 For Boys & Girls Village

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Jun 272014
 

Players enjoy this year’s Boys & Girls Village Dan & Yolanda Adley Memorial Golf Tournament held at Race Brook Country Club in Orange

Players enjoy this year’s Boys & Girls Village Dan & Yolanda Adley Memorial Golf Tournament held at Race Brook Country Club in Orange

On June 2, more than 140 golfers gathered for Boys & Girls Village’s Annual Dan & Yolanda Adley Memorial Golf Tournament, hosted at Race Brook Country Club in Orange. Supported by lead sponsors BIC, KDSA Consulting LLC, PEZ, Integrated Security Group and Brandfon Honda, 2014’s tournament marked the 39th year of good sports getting together to raise money for Boys & Girls Village.

While the field included many talented golfers, at the close of the tournament it was the foursome of Robert Kroepel, Paul Schatz, Brian Tubby and Ronald LoRicco who ultimately won with a score of 52.9.

Other stellar performers included Jeff Matchett who won men’s “closest to the line” on the 13th hole, Dawn Mortimer who won women’s “closest to the line” on the 13th hole, and Scott Batz who took home the prize for “longest drive” on the 18th hole.

The “Rally for the Children” Pro-Am Tennis Tournament was also held in conjunction with the golf tournament, with proceeds benefitting Boys & Girls Village. Francesca LoRicco served as Chair of the tennis tournament.

Following the tournament, over 180 golfers, tennis players and guests enjoyed raffle prizes, a silent auction and dinner hosted by Emcee Mark Sudol, Sports and News Anchor at News 12 Connecticut. The event was a tremendous success, raising more than $54,000 for Boys & Girls Village.

“We are incredibly grateful for the generosity that our golfers, sponsors, and supporters show Boys & Girls Village year after year,” said Dr. Steven Kant, President and CEO of Boys & Girls Village. “The Dan & Yolanda Adley Memorial Golf Tournament not only gives us a chance to spend a fun day together, it also brings in funds vital to supporting our work on behalf of Connecticut’s most at-risk kids. We couldn’t do this important work without the support of our friends.”

The Tournament raised more than $54,000 for programs