2013 Golf & Tennis Tournament--Golf Tickets
Monday, September 30, 2013
Fairview Country Club
1241 King Street, Greenwich CT
Honoring Dr. Nelson Bonheim
Schedule of Events
9:00 AM -- Registration
10:00 AM -- Brunch
11:00 AM -- Shotgun Format, Modified Scramble
5:00 PM -- Open Bar & Buffet Dinner, Awards Presentation, Auction
Master of Ceremonies -- Bill Evans, Senior Meteorologist ABC-TV
12:00 PM--Luncheon, Awards Presentation, Raffle & Auction
Hole-In-One Prize Car Donated By
Chair: Ira Silverman
Peter Blum, Nelson Bonheim, MD, Chris Buonanno, Andrew Campbell, Jonathan Dulman, Eric Freiberg, Tommy Hess, David Horing,
Joe Petrillo, Piero Pozzi, Rick Ross, Paul Sirbono, Shap Smith, Stephen Wagner, Fred Weinstein
Hilary Blum, Marcy Klein, Erika Radin, Wendi Silverman, Joan Weinstein
Raffle & Auction prizes provided by:
Elite Island Resorts Fiore Pilates KidKraft Leaf O'Neal Sesame Street Shelby Katz Jewelry SNAG Golf
Southwest Airlines Susan Woog Wagner Photography Westchester Hills Golf Club Yoga Haven
BACI Hair Salon Crystal Springs Resort Photo Works Wondrous Things Glass Onion
Iron Horse Grill Aunt B's Yogurt Bar The Village Bookstore Pleasantville Diner Black Cow Coffee Co.
Lucille Khornack AND MANY MORE
If the event is postponed and you are unable to attend, your ticket will be considered a charitable donation. CCFA is a 501 (c)(3) organization.
Your contribution is tax deductible, less $200 per ticket for each golfer and $50 per ticket for each tennis player.
For more information or for help reserving your spot contact Lisa Harding at email@example.com or (914) 812-8998.
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