2021 Golf Tournament – A Huge Success!
The Arc of Washington County’s annual Charity Golf Tournament was on par, raising $31,000 to support children and adults with intellectual / developmental disabilities (I / DD).
The tournament was sold out, with 32 teams enjoying a beautiful afternoon of golf at PB Dye Golf Club in Ijamsville. Top sponsors included CNB Bank, Gartner, and the Tom Roy Family.
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As the world begins to reopen from COVID, fundraisers like this help adults and children with I / DD commute to work, go on field trips, enjoy new activities, and more.
SPONSORS made this event possible, thank you!
- CNB Bank
- Tom Roy
- McGriff Consulting / Kelly Insurance
- Minnich Funeral Home
- VW Brown Insurance
- Robert & Astrid Mueller
- The PharmaCare Network
- Phoenix Color Corp.
- Middletown Valley Bank
- Alliant Insurance Services, Inc.
- Abeles Flurie Wealth Management Group – Wells Fargo Advisors
- Berry Solutions Group
- Fulton Bank
- The Holzapfel Group of Morgan Stanley
- MSB Architects
- Optimal Baseball
- Presidential Bank Mortgage
- SEK CPA’s and Advisors
- TriBridge Partners, Inc.
- FSA & Associates
- Mark Wharton
- RJ Bentleys
- Hub City Sprinklers
- Spicher’s Appliance Inc.
- C. R. Semler Contractor
- Drs. Porac & Bachtell
- Hagerstown Legacy Elite
- Weiss Bros of Hagerstown
PRIZES were awarded to the top 2 teams, as well as the winners of the Par 3 games.
First Place with a score of 56, from CNB Bank:
- Matt Jozik
- Taylor Davis
- Mark Hartshorn
- Tim Steiner
Second Place with a score of 58, from Presidential Bank Mortgage:
- John Pflieger
- Sherif Salem
- Eric Weller
- Wade Newman
- Tim Steiner, from CNB Bank – winning Closest to the Pin
- Daniel Johnson, from Optimal Baseball – winning Longest Putt
- Reed Van Orsdel, from Alliant Insurance Services – winning Longest Drive
A big thanks to everyone who supported this event. Your support provides personalized care for those who need it most – helping individuals set and achieve their own goals, expand their horizons, learn to self-advocate, and maximize their opportunities.
Because of you, individuals with I / DD are living more inclusive lives in our community.