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For Rotary Golf Tournament

Team 5- Glenn Falk, Bob Barraco, Jeremy Preston, Jim Tallman  was the 2015 1st place winner of the CRF Golf Tournament.  Their team composed of Cooperstown firefighters and a retired Richfield Springs educator,  was sponsored by Underhill Farm of Burlington Flats..
Last year’s winning team included,, from left, Glenn Falk, Bob Barraco, Jeremy Preston and Jim Tallman, Cooperstown firefighters, plus the retired Richfield Springs superintendent of schools.  The team was sponsored by Underhill Farm of Burlington Flats..

COOPERSTOWN – There is still time to sign up for this Sunday’s sixth annual Cooperstown Rotary Foundation Golf Tournament at the Meadow Links Golf Course, offering over $1,000  in prizes.  Tee time is 2 p.m.

To sign up, e-mail or call Ellen Tillapaugh at 547-5646.

The Lyn Edinger Golf Tournament is the primary fundraiser for the Cooperstown Rotary Foundation (CRF), a non-profit, tax deductible organization. Funds from the tournament support community programs including the Catherine Davis Black Scholarship at CCS, the Michael Mayne Scholarship at Edmeston Central School, the Cooperstown Food Bank and Friends Helping Friends.

Team will compete in a Captain and Crew format on the 18-hole course.  The entry fee of $60. per person includes the cart and greens fee plus food and beverages at the awards ceremony and reception following play.  Cash and gift certificate prizes will be awarded for first, second and third places as well as a $25 “Closest to the Pin” prize  and a $500 “Hole in One” prize.

Individuals and businesses are welcome to sponsor a hole on the course for $100 or  make a donation to the  Auction which will take place following the picnic dinner at the pavilion.  Hole sponsors will have their name  featured on the hole of their choice but also, along with auction donors will be recognized  at the awards ceremony and in tournament advertising


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