Jun 25

26th Annual Lanigan, Ryan, Malcolm & Doyle Golf for Charity Tournament

 
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Lanigan, Ryan is excited to announce that thanks to the generous support of participants, sponsors, friends, and family, the 26th Annual Golf for Charity Tournament raised over $10,000 for HEROES, Inc. and The Independence Fund.

 

The tournament, held this past May at the Argyle Country Club in Silver Spring, Maryland, was graced with good weather and an enthusiastic group of golfers. The sold out event gave participants the opportunity to network on a beautiful golf course while proceeds went to the important work of our two 2018 tournament beneficiaries.

 

Among the highlights of the day was presentation by HEROES, Inc. President Jack Nichols who spoke on the founding of the organization and the growing community needs since its’ inception in 1964.

 

Big congratulations to our tournament and contest winners and our sincere appreciation to those who joined us in person and in spirit to honor HEROES, Inc. and The Independence Fund.

 

Closest to the Pin
• Hole #5 – Chris Robb (1’2”)
• Hole #7 – Glen Kruglak (2’10.5”)
• Hole #13 – Dan West (9’6”)
• Hole #17 – Brett Scola (4’11.75”)
 
Longest Drive
• Hole #1 – Mike Myers
• Hole #6 – Dan Nowak
• Hole #10 – Brad Hawkins
• Hole #11 – Jill Burk
 
Putting Contest
• Joe Godin
• Corey McCarthy
• Louis Bullock
• Tyrus Hunter
 
Chipping Contest
• Craig Bergmann
• Peter Bergmann
• Jim Wilkinson
• Brandon Blackburn
 
Low Team – 61
• Michael Lopes
• Eric Steinmiller
• Jamie Mallinson
• Brad Hawkins
 
2nd Low Team – 64 (won in match of cards)
• Gerry Nowak
• Dan Nowak
• Michael Youngblut
• Dennis Stephano
 
3rd Low Team – 64
• Len Mangiaracina
• Grady Lincalis
• Greg Stuart
• Jeff Bae

 


More About This Year’s Beneficiaries:

HEROES, Inc. is dedicated to aiding the families of law enforcement officers and firefighters who have died in the line of duty in the Washington, D.C. metropolitan area. HEROES achieves their mission by providing immediate financial assistance to ensure housing and other basic needs are met. Through their scholarship program, the college tuition, room and board, and books for the children of fallen heroes are paid in full. In addition, HEROES arranges for free financial and legal advice. To learn more about HEROES, Inc., visit heroes.org.

 

The Independence Fund’s mission is to empower severely wounded veterans and their caregivers to take control of their lives. They provide the resources and tools that enable veterans to work through their physical, mental and emotional wounds and regain their independence. Additionally, they offer caregivers the means to build strong networks and receive the emotional and physical support they need. To learn more about The Independence Fund, visit independencefund.org.

 

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