Third annual Beaton Charity Golf Classic raises $40,500
By Ed Karvoski Jr., Contributing Writer
State Rep. Matt Beaton (center) congratulates the First-Place Net Team from Westborough: (l to r) Selectman Denny Drewry, Police Chief Alan Gordon, Town Manager Jim Malloy and Building Commissioner Tim Htway.
Shrewsbury/Westborough – Held Aug. 18 at the Haven Country Club in Boylston, the third annual Beaton Charity Golf Classic concluded with a 19th-Hole Reception, sponsored by Central One Federal Credit Union. This year, 144 golfers and their guests enjoyed dinner and additional fundraising with raffles, and silent and live auctions. Shrewsbury Selectman Jim Kane once again served as auctioneer.
State Rep. Matt Beaton, R-Shrewsbury, presented $13,500 each to representatives of three charities: St. Anne's Human Services, Shrewsbury Youth and Family Services, and the Westborough Food Pantry.
Photos/Ed Karvoski Jr.
Selectman Jim Kane leads a live auction.
State Rep. Matt Beaton presents a check for $13,500 each to representatives of three charities (l to r) Terry Cassidy, executive director of Shrewsbury Youth and Family Services; Elaine LeBlanc, director, and JoAnn Keegan, the food bank manager of St. Anne's Human Services; and Wendy Mickel, treasurer of the Westborough Food Pantry.
The foursome representing Central One Federal Credit Union are (l to r) David L”Ecuyer, president and CEO; Joe Jenkins, attorney; Mike Canfield, investment advisor; and Keith Early, board member.
Katie DiPierro and Thomas, 3, check out the items of the brown bag raffle.
A golf foursome consisting of couples are (l to r) John and Katie Heald with Kim and Chris Coghlin.
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