POTSDAM – The Cerebral Palsy Association of the North Country golf tournament Sept. 10 raised about $4,100 for the association’s programs and services. The tournament was organized by CPANC's …
POTSDAM – The Cerebral Palsy Association of the North Country golf tournament Sept. 10 raised about $4,100 for the association’s programs and services.
The tournament was organized by CPANC's summer golf committee, Makenzie Taylor, Ashley Peggs, Shannon Harvey, Stacey Barney and Mark Lyon, and drew 66 participants.
"I think the turnout was great for the first year, but we hope to make it bigger and better for next year,” said Taylor, the association’s spokeswoman.
CPANC sais they were grateful to event sponsor NBT Bank and its group of hole sponsors: Elk's Lodge 772 in Ogdensburg, Blevins Motors in Potsdam, Blevins Bros in Ogdensburg, Deer River Exquisite Events, Hospice in Canton, Brooks Washburn AIA, members of the Canton Volunteer Fire Department, CJ's Kegs Cases & More in Potsdam, Mort Backus and Sons in Ogdensburg, Beauty Inn in Ogdensburg, The Ole Smokehouse in Madrid, Advanced Business Solutions, Casella Waste Systems, Inc., Rose & Kiernan Inc. in Watertown, SR Development / Steve Rand and The Lobster House in Norwood.
They also wanted to thank those who donated items: Sergi's in Potsdam, The Body Shop in Potsdam, Northern Music in Potsdam, LOWES in Potsdam, Highland Meadows Golf Course in Watertown, Ogdensburg Bowl, Kunoco, Partridge Run Golf & Country Club, St. Lawrence University Golf & Country Club, Norfolk Liquor Store, Potsdam Town & Country Club, Pikes Auto Service in Canton, Arsenal Wines & Liquors Depot, Mace Motors in Canton and Pepsi-Cola Ogdensburg Bottlers.
If you are interested in being involved in the Second Annual Golf Tournament next summer, contact Taylor at 386-1156 or e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org.
For more information about Cerebral Palsy Association of the North Country and the services it offers, visit www.cpnorthcountry.org.