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Concord, NH (August 2018) – The Greater Concord Chamber of Commerce and 2018 Golf Committee Chair John Udaloy of Northway Bank enthusiastically announce the winners of the 30th Annual Funds for Education Golf Tournament held on Wednesday, August 1 at Beaver Meadow Golf Course in Concord. Through the generous support of 2018 Corporate Sponsor Northway Bank, numerous sponsors and 152 players who participated on 38 teams, the sold-out tournament raised proceeds for the Chamber's Business Grants for Education and Capital Area Student Leadership (CASL) programming.
“Thanks to continued support from members, players and sponsors, the Greater Concord Chamber has awarded over $148,000 for education grants and more than 650 student leaders have graduated from CASL since the tournament launched 30 years ago,” said Tim Sink, Chamber president.
Top prize winners include:
This year's winning team: (from left) Chris Melanson, Tim Melanson, Bill Norton, and Peter Morgan. Image courtesy of Concord Photo Service.
1st Place: Team Norton Asset Management, Inc.: Bill Norton, Chris Melanson, Tim Melanson, and Peter Morgan.
2nd Place: Team Community Action Program: Brian F. Hoffman, Sean Bradley, John Holm, and Henry Veilleux.
3rd Place: Team Franklin Savings Bank: Greg Legier, Tim Burns, Scott MacFarland and Tim Sheedy.
Putting Contest: Jennifer Kretovic from CheckmateHCM (Women), Eric Dinsmore from The H.L. Turner Group (Men)
Longest Drive: Vera Buck from Bernstein Shur (Women), Dan Villemaire from C&M Machine Products (Men)
Straightest Drive: René Drouin from NHHEAF Network Organizations
Closest to the Trap: Jennifer Kretovic from CheckmateHCM
Major and Event Sponsors included Mason + Rich, PA; Merrimack County Savings Bank; Nathan Wechsler & Company, PA; New Hampshire Higher Education Loan Corp. (NHHELCO); The Lawson Group; Orr & Reno, PA; Wheelabrator Concord; Ledyard; New Hampshire Distributors, Inc.; MRP Mitigation Restoration Professionals; NHTI-Concord's Community College; Northeast Credit Union; Northeast Delta Dental; Servpro of Concord; The H.L. Turner Group, Inc.; and Bar Harbor Bank & Trust.
For more information about Business Grants for Education, CASL, or the tournament, please visit ConcordNHChamber.com or call (603) 224-2508.
The Greater Concord Chamber of Commerce is dedicated to developing economic opportunities, a strong business climate and enhanced quality of life in its communities throughout the region.