NYFAC Foundation’s 4th annual golf outing a success
They putted, they parred . . . all for a good cause.
On Thursday, August 7, more than 80 golfers came out to the Harbor Links Golf Course in Port Washington, where they enjoyed a day on the links – and helped raise over $30,000 for autism.
The NYFAC Foundation’s 4th Annual Anthony J. Cirello Memorial Golf Outing for Autism was a huge success, drawing 20 foursomes to play and scores of volunteers.
“From the bottom of our hearts, we thank everyone for their support,” said NYFAC President and CEO Andrew Baumann. “Please know that you have helped us help the individuals we serve.”
Golfers enjoyed a day chock full of fun and food, as well as a silent auction and tons of raffle prizes.
The team from Cross County Savings Bank took the outing, at 10 under par with a winning score of 62. They beat the 2013 reigning champs, Team Herb Dallis, by one stroke.
In addition to the festivities, the NYFAC Foundation received a citation from Nassau County Executive Ed Mangano, presented by Lawrence Eisenstein, MD, Commissioner of Health for Nassau County, commending the Foundation for its hard work and dedication to “bettering the lives of those with autism.”
So mark your calendars – the 5th Annual Anthony J. Cirello Memorial Golf Outing for Autism is set for Thursday, August 13, 2015.
Hope to see you on the green!
PHOTOS COURTESY NYFAC