Save the Date!
Wednesday, September 30, 2020 for The 2020 Golf Classic to benefit Living Waters Catholic Counseling. A full day of golf, guests, and good company at the Rock Hill Country Club in Manorville, New York, along with the joy of supporting a most worthy cause. This year our distinguished honorees are Monsignor Thom Costa, and In Memory of Rev. Marty Klein.
Committee Chairman and special guest Michael Racanelli and his colleagues have planned a full schedule including complimentary driving range and putting green, contests for the Longest Drive, Closest to Pin Holes, Low Gross and Low Net, a 50/50 Raffle, and a special award for the Hole in One Contest. Full breakfast, and lunch, along with on-course refreshments will be offered. The day ends with friends gathering for a cocktail reception with open bar, followed by a sumptuous dinner. Packages and sponsorships are available; digital journal entries for businesses are welcome, featuring a full page ad linked to your company website.
Please join us for what is sure to be a wonderful day! Please click here for details and registration.
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