JCM Golf Outing Honors JP Morgan Executive

Jewish Children’s Museum held its 17th Golf & Tennis Outing for supporters, with guest of honor Tang Fan, Executive Director of Commercial Real Estate Lending at JP Morgan Chase.

The Jewish Children’s Museum’s Seventeenth Annual Golf and Tennis Celebration took place last month, at Cold Spring Country Club in Huntington, NY. Approximately 180 friends gathered for a great day of great golf, great food and even better company.

This year’s guest of honor was Tang Fan of JPMorgan Chase Bank.

“This year, Boruch Hashem and with the brochos of the Rebbe, the outing continued to grow, with a new circle of friends introduced by our guest of honor and committee. Everything went just right, and we spent a great day with our friends and supporters. Our close network of supporters and friends look forward to this enjoyable and meaningful event, and with G-d’s help, it delivered,” said JCM Director of Development Mendel Spalter. “It was delightful to spend a successful day hanging out with friends, enjoying good food, a L’Chaim, and a little golf and tennis!”

The outing includes a full breakfast, barbecues, cigars, “Rabbis on a Knish Cart,” an extensive auction, cocktails, and a dinner reception.

“We are honored to continue to run this event for the JCM,” said Matt Engel of Langsam Property Services, Chairmen of the event. “We get to spend time with friends and like-minded business people, and thank them for their involvement in this important cause.”

Tang Fan, the Guest of Honor, expressed his enthusiasm in receiving this award from the museum and getting involved – “I’m truly proud that this amazing museum, where values and diversity are fused together so brilliantly.”

As Spalter concluded: “It’s wonderful when we all join together with such a positive approach. We are thankful to our honoree, chairmen and committee for helping the museum to be the success that it is!”

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