SCO Family of Services/Madonna Heights 34th Annual Ladies Golf Classic & Dinner
May 19, 2014 / SCO News
Update: View photos from the event here
10:30 a.m. – Brunch
Noon – Shotgun Tee Off
5:30 p.m. – Reception & Dinner
The Huntington Crescent Club
15 Washington Dr, Huntington, NY 11743
Honoring “Spirit Award” Recipient Kathy Sullivan
Tickets: Contact Laura Lopilato at 631.643.8800 ext: 291 or email@example.com
The 34th annual SCO Family of Services/Madonna Heights Ladies Golf Classic & Dinner will be held Monday, August 11, 2014 at The Huntington Crescent Club in Huntington, NY. The yearly benefit helps support SCO Family of Services’ Madonna Heights programs, which serve adolescent girls recovering from trauma and women in recovery; and include an on-campus mental health clinic and shelters for women and their children.
This year’s event will present the “Spirit Award” to Kathy Sullivan, who recently retired as the head of Strategic Partnerships. The award recognizes ordinary women doing extraordinary things. Ms. Sullivan has played a major role in supporting Madonna Heights for more than a decade, first as Development Director for Madonna Heights, and most recently as SCO’s Associate Director of Strategic Partnerships.
The Ladies Golf Classic will welcome golfers to the Huntington Crescent Club for brunch at 10:30 a.m., and will begin with a shotgun tee off at noon. The tournament will be followed by a reception and dinner at 5:30 p.m., which is open to players as well as other supporters and guests. For registration, sponsorship opportunities or more information, please contact Laura Lopilato at firstname.lastname@example.org or (631) 643-8800 ext. 291.
Madonna Heights is a program of SCO Family of Services, which provides human services for 60,000 children, youth, families and adults each year in New York City and on Long Island. Learn more at sco.org/madonna-heights.
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