5th annual Golf Tournament a Success
Jul 20, 2017
Cayuga Centers held its 5th annual Golf Tournament at the Highland Park Golf Course July 17, 2017 attracting thirty-one foursomes. The event raised more than $10,000 to be used for technology improvements, staff training, and enhanced recreational opportunities.
Men’s Division winners were I Like Big Putts and I Cannot Lie - Robert Smith, Mike Curran, Dave Gaffey, and Shamus Hickey; Women’s Division winners were Par Tee Girls - Tate Mason, Kim Jones, Mara Casler, and Meg Buckley; Mixed Division winners were The Birdies - Sue Walsh, Tim Walsh, Terry Rice, and Joann Rice. Contest winners were Cynthia Kalar for the Women’s Longest Drive, Alex “Gator” Gatewood, Men’s Longest Drive; Kim Jones, Women’s Closest to the Pin; and Tony Rossi, Men’s Closest to the Pin.
Numerous sponsors donated funds and goods or services for the event: Yantch Plaster & Stucco Systems, LLC, Relph Benefit Advisors, JFS/Curtze Food Service, WB Mason, Financial Partners of Upstate New York, SYSCO Syracuse LLC, Rx City Pharmacy, Toshiba , American Mobile Dental, Cayuga Lake National Bank, Enterprise Fleet Management, Jonathan’s Furniture, J&B Installations, Inc., District Attorney Jon Budelmann, Cayuga Lake National Bank, C-K Family Dental, Cayuga County Deputy Sheriff's Benevolent Association, Dr. Thomas A Clary Jr, DMD, e=mz2, Enterprise Fleet Management, Sheriff Dave Gould, Ignite Cayuga County’s Young Professionals, Jacobs Press, Rome Canzano, Attorney & Counselor at Law, SEIU Local200 United, The Printery, Tompkins Insurance Agencies, Inc., Upstate Paving, and Xylem, Inc.
Support from Bob Steiner, Kim Jones, Ted Ludington, Tom Lynch and the entire Highland Park Golf Course staff made the event run smoothly. Many Cayuga Centers volunteers worked to make the day possible.
Cayuga Centers President and CEO Edward Myers Hayes thanked golfers for supporting the agency, “I hope you enjoyed your day at this new location for our tournament. The weather held off for us and thanks to you and to our sponsors, we raised over $10,000 to support the work we do in our community, NYC, Palm Beach County, Florida and the state of Delaware.”