Opportunity Networks Announces Results of Annual Golf and Dinner Auction

Opportunity Networks announces the results of its 23rd Annual Souhegan Valley Charity Golf Classic and Dinner Auction, which was held Thursday, June 6th, at the Amherst Country Club in Amherst, NH.

The all-day charity tournament and dinner auction was sponsored by Hitchiner Manufacturing Company, for the 23rd consecutive year.  The tournament featured many chances to win on the golf course,  including Hole-in-One prizes sponsored by Contemporary Chrysler- Dodge-Jeep and Manchester Harley Davidson.

At the end of the day, John Sullivan Yankee
Chef of Milford catered and donated an exquisite dinner that all the attendees enjoyed, and auctioneer  Steve Desmarais presided over the LIVE Auction
with his usual humor and exuberance.

Known for being one of the area’s premier charity golf events, the 124 golfers and 20+ volunteers were served breakfast, lunch and dinner, and were presented with many top notch giveaway items.

The winning foursome was comprised of golfers Art Schrom, Gary Harmon, Dave Gendron and Chris Raudelunas. 2nd place team was  Bill McKellar, Bob Granfors, Jere Pellitier, and Bill Carr. The 1st  place mixed team was: Joe Croteau, Sue Perron, Tom Peterson and Kate Stevens.

Opportunity Networks is a non-profit organization founded in 1979 serving Souhegan Valley and Greater Nashua adults living with acquired and developmental disabilities, such as Down’s Syndrome, Autism, and Traumatic Brain Injuries. They provide job opportunities and support, as well as a focus on the wellness, life skills and social opportunities of their clients.

For information on the non-profit, and other upcoming fundraisers, you can find
them at www.opportunitynetworks.org


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