Second annual Beaton Charity Classic Golf Tournament to be held Aug. 19

State Rep. Matt Beaton, R-Shrewsbury, presents a check to Wendy Mickel of the Westborough Food Pantry in this photo taken at the 2012 inaugural event.

State Rep. Matt Beaton, R-Shrewsbury, presents a check to Wendy Mickel of the Westborough Food Pantry in this photo taken at the 2012 inaugural event.
Photo/Ed Karvoski Jr.

Shrewsbury/Westborough – State Rep.? Matthew ?Beaton (R-Shrewsbury) is pleased to announce the second annual Beaton Charity Classic Golf Tournament will be held Monday, Aug. 19, at the Mount Pleasant Country Club, a private, 18-hole championship golf course located in Boylston, Mass.

Over $34,500 was raised in last year's inaugural tournament with the proceeds going to three local charities.

“I am extremely excited to build on the success of last year's tournament and continue to support three great charities in Shrewsbury and Westborough. Thanks to our tremendous sponsors and the dedication of our golf host and planning committees this year's tournament is shaping up to be another great day of golf that will allow us to assist a number of people in our community,” Beaton said in a press release.

Those organizations include:

*St. Anne's Human Services – assists the poor and needy in the local community with food and clothing

*Shrewsbury Youth and Family Services – a private, non-profit community counseling and social services agency

*Westborough Food Pantry – serves families in need a good array of nutritious food to supplement their own resources

The day starts at 9:30 a.m. with a continental ?breakfast during registration. At 10:30 a.m. there will be a bramble-style start, with a BBQ luncheon served on the golf course and then a 19th Hole Reception.

The Host Committee wishes to encourage those individuals who are unable to participate in the golfing but wish to support the event to join them at the 19th Hole Reception. The event will start at 3:30 p.m. and will feature silent and live auctions as well as delicious food and a cash bar. Shrewsbury Board of Selectman Jim Kane will reprise his role as emcee. Tickets are $60.00 per person.

Auction items include:

* Cruising with the Hales – Make it a double dinner date with Mike and Vanessa Hale in their classic 1963 Ford Falcon and Cruise the Town

* 4 premium Pavilion Club Red Sox/Yankee tickets for the Friday, Sept. 13 game generously provided by METSO

* Wachusett Mountain Ski Resort Bronze Pass for the 2013-2014 season

* Assorted golf equipment and accoutrement

* Opportunities to golf at Mount Pleasant Country Club, Worcester Country Club and Tatnuck Country Club

Event Host Committee members are Brian Beaton, Jim Buonomo, Bruce Card, Scott Casavant, Gene DeFeudis, Tim Dodd, Denny Drewry, Tom Gorsuch, Lisa Greene, Michael Gregory, Michael Hale, John Heald, Robert Jacques, Jim and Hannah Kane, Elaine Leblanc, David L”Ecuyer, Mindy McKenzie-Hebert, Chris Mehne, Wendy Mickel, Moira Miller, Jason Palitsch, Nancy Quimby, Richard Ricker and June Tomaiolo.

Beaton said he is pleased to once again welcome Presenting Sponsor, the Gene J. DeFeudis Family Foundation and Double Eagle Sponsors, Hair-Lines for Paul Mitchell Systems and Wheelabrator Shrewsbury. New this year are Dunkin Donuts and METSO.? ?Eagle Sponsors include Beaton Kane Construction, Shrewsbury Federal Credit Union and new to this level, TD Bank. Birdie Sponsors include Fletcher Tilton PC, Webster Five Cents Savings Bank, Bowditch and Dewy LLP, Kamco Supply Corporation and Polito Development Corporation. Stepping up to be the new 19th Hole Reception sponsor is Central One Federal Credit Union. Dunkin Donuts is also the Continental Breakfast and Registration Sponsorship. The Thank-You Gift Sponsor is personally supported by Robert “Chief Joseph” Terkanian of Hairlines. Sponsorship opportunities are still available.

Beaton said he and the Host Committee are grateful for every sponsorship and donation that has been made to this event.? For more information regarding sponsorship opportunities, or for golfer registration, contact Beaton or Tournament Director Hannah Kane at 508-925-4880.

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