200 friends of the Jewish Children’s Museum gathered for the 16th annual Golf and Tennis Celebration, thanking them for their support of the museum and its important work.
The Jewish Children’s Museum’s Sixteenth Annual Golf and Tennis Celebration took place on July 25th, at Pine Hollow Club in East Norwich NY. Approximately 200 friends gathered for a great day of good food and great company.
“Last year, the outing came back strong, and Boruch Hashem this year’s outing was the most successful yet. We moved to a new club and anticipated spending an amazing day with our friends and supporters,” said Mendel Spalter, JCM Director of Development. “The event went very well, even with the weather being a challenge. It was a great time with our close network of friends and like-minded business people, who look forward to this enjoyable and meaningful event.”
“It was delightful to spend time with our friends and show appreciation, with networking, good food, a l’chaim, and a little golf and tennis. We can proudly say that the event was a great success!” he said.
The outing features a full breakfast, barbecues, cigars, “Rabbis on a Knish Cart,” an extensive auction, cocktails, and a dinner reception. The Event Guest of Honor was Frank Delucia of Hub International.
“We are thrilled to continue to lead this event for the JCM,” said Mark and Matt Engel of Langsam Property Services, event Chairmen. “We are able to spend time with and thank fellow supporters, and especially committee members, for their involvement in this important cause.”
”I’m honored to be accepting this award from an organization where values, together with diversity, are so well blended and a source of pride,” Frank Delucia said, after mentioning the time he visited the museum
Spalter concluded: “It’s wonderful when people come together with such a positive attitude and approach to the future. We are deeply grateful to our honoree, chairmen, and committee for making this event a truly great success!”
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