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Concord, NH (August 2017) – The Greater Concord Chamber of Commerce and 2017 Golf Committee Chair John Udaloy of Northway Bank announce the winners of the 2017 Funds for Education Golf Tournament. The tournament, which raises money for the Chamber’s Business Grants for Teachers and the Capital Area Student Leadership (CASL) program, was held on Wednesday, August 2nd at Beaver Meadow Golf Course, with 37 teams and 146 players participating. Merrimack County Savings Bank was Corporate Sponsor.
Top prize winners included:
1st Place: Ryan Desmarais, Daniel Gray, Brian Lavoie, David Simons from Eastern Bank
2nd Place: Chris Brown, Tom Brown, Jon Clay, and Chris Emond from New Hampshire Distributors, LLC
3rd Place: Bill Norton, Chris Melanson, Dominic Ciavaro and Tim Melanson from Norton Asset Management, Inc.
Winners of the 2017 Funds for Education Golf Tournament presented by the Greater Concord Chamber of Commerce: (L-R) Brian Lavoie, Daniel Gray, Ryan Desmarais and David Simons
Putting Contest: Jennifer Kretovic from Checkmate Workforce Management Solutions (Women), Chuck Lloyd from Unitil (Men)
Longest Drive: Mary Mattson from Bank of New Hampshire (Women), T.J. Smart from Bennett Funeral Home (Men)
Straightest Drive: Chris Brown from New Hampshire Distributors, LLC
Closest to the Trap: John Holm from Holm Insurance Agency
Major and Event Sponsors included Granite Business Solutions, one of the NHHEAF Network Organizations; Nathan Wechsler & Company, P.A.; Mason + Rich Professional Association; New Hampshire Distributors, LLC; Orr & Reno, P.A.; Ledyard Financial Advisors; NHTI- Concord's Community College; Northway Bank; Northeast Delta Dental; ServPRO of Concord & the Lakes Region; Northeast Credit Union; The H. L. Turner Group, Inc.; Sugar River Bank; and Concord Orthopaedics, P.A.
“Thanks to continued support from members, players and sponsors, the Greater Concord Chamber has awarded $148,000 for education grants and $80,000 to support CASL programming since the tournament launched 26 years ago,” said Tim Sink, Chamber president.
For more information about Business Grants for Teachers, 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.