Golf Classic raises $124,000 for Atlantic County Arc
The Arc of Atlantic County Golf Classic raised $124,000 to benefit programs for local individuals living with intellectual and developmental disabilities.
More than 100 golfers teed off during the even, which aids the Arc’s case management program, sports and recreation opportunities, and family respite.
The tournament has raised more than $1 million since it began in 2008.
OceanFirst Bank’s team of Nancy Wescoat, Dawn Brodton, James Andreacci and Tony Bonanato took first place.
Second were Jared Christmann, and Joe, Christopher and Michael Viviani of Boardwalk Honda.
The Golden Nugget Casino, Hotel & Marina took third place with Tom Pohlman, Michael Adams, and Kevin and Sean Scull.
The event’s presenting sponsor was I. Rice & Company.
“We were honored to return to Galloway National Golf Club to host I. Rice & Company Presents The Arc of Atlantic County Golf Classic for the fourth consecutive year,” Chief Executive Officer Scott Hennis said. “It was a picture perfect day to host a great day of golf to benefit our local neighbors living with IDD (intellectual and developmental disabilities) in our communities.”
Other major sponsors include Golden Nugget Casino Hotel & Marina, Boardwalk Honda, The Insulation Heating and Air Conditioning Group, and Trinity Code Inspection.
Additional sponsors include Arthur J. Gallagher & Co., AtlantiCare, Atlantic County Utilities Authority, Boardwalk Honda, Borgata Casino Hotel & Spa, Calvi Electric Company, Comcast, HH Benefits, Homes for All, Ocean Casino Resort, Polisano Construction, Sam’s Club, Thriven Designs, T.N. Ward Company, Shore Local Newsmagazine, Village ShopRite and the Wawa Foundation.
PHOTO CAPTION: From left, I. Rice & Company’s Greg Stagnitta, Board Chair Darren Clinkscale, CFO Ashley Simons, COO Pat Jones, I. Rice’s Dominic Gallo, CEO Scott Hennis, and Director of Development and Community Outreach Mary Ruley Moyer.