The Maurer Foundation Raises Almost $180,000 at their 21st Annual Golf Classic

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Jericho, NY: The Maurer Foundation’s 21st Annual Golf Classic, which took place Thursday, May 5th, 2016 was a huge success, raising almost $180,000!

Chilly temperatures and cloudy skies did little to dampen the fun for the golfers, who participated in a round of 18 holes at the prestigious Meadow Brook Club.  The golf outing was generously sponsored by Douglas and Violetta Partrick. Susan Samaroo, Executive Director of The Maurer Foundation remarked, “We are so grateful for the Partrick’s invaluable support of our Golf Classic. Their altruism is just truly inspiring.”  The day of golf was followed by a cocktail reception, sponsored by Farrell Fritz, P.C., which included an awards ceremony, silent auction, and raffles.

Golfers had the opportunity to tee off against former New York Jet Super Bowl Champ, John Schmitt, in the Golf Classic’s Beat the Pro contest held on the ninth hole.  Attendees also had the opportunity to meet and golf with Long Island native and former NFL player, Jay Fiedler, as well as former New York Jet Chad Cascadden.

The Maurer Foundation extends a heartfelt thanks to its Pink Diamond Sponsors:  AVZ Accounting; Barket, Marion, Epstein & Kearon, LLP; Bridge Painters Local 806; Daniel Gale Sotheby’s International Realty;  Hallen Construction; H.M. Hughes Co.; Independent Temperature Control; Union of Operating Engineers; Local 15, 15A, 15B, 15C, 15D; Jon E. Santemma and Jennifer Okin; Lewis Johs Avallone Aviles, LLP;  Long Island Plastic Surgical Group;  Meadow Partners;  Morgan Stanley; and Thomas J.Killeen, P.C.

The annual event was organized with the assistance of The Maurer Foundation’s Golf Committee.  Members include Co-Chairs Maureen Dougherty and Ann Marie Immerso; Founder Dr. Virginia Maurer,  Gregory Blake, Andrew Corrado, Jacquie Gow, Kira Kowalchik, Claire O’Keefe, Kimberly L. Rhatigan, Pamela Praetorius, Jon E. Santemma, Amanda Sexton, John Shillingsford, and Cheryl Webb.

Proceeds from the event will benefit the foundation’s breast health education programs in schools, businesses, and community groups on Long Island and the New York City area.