Button Hole Carnegie Abbey Charity TournamentMay 25, 2010
Button Hole Creates Life Changing Moments - for Kids and Contributors.
Now in its tenth year, Button Hole reaches thousands of kids each year through its programs, both on the course, in the community and in schools. Kids, teachers and parents have told us our unique program that teaches life skills through the game of golf creates life changing moments for the children involved in our programs.
We know what we do works - and works well. We’ve seen it first - hand. We also know our Button Hole successes are made possible by generous donations of time, resources and money.
The Carnegie Abbey group from J. Brian O’Neill, to Carnegie Abbey’s Director of Golf Steve Napoli and Food and Beverage Manager Craig Darrah are among the most loyal Button Hole supporters. Year after year, they have donated the exceptional course, along with their professional and courteous staff for the Button Hole Carnegie Abbey Tournament. Hosting the tournament at this spectacular course in Portsmouth has raised as much as $15,000 annually which makes a significant impact on our ongoing operating expenses. Money that is used to open doors for hundreds of inner city kids. The tournament guided by Steve’s advice, and complemented by Craig’s fantastic lunch and dinner once again drew a full field.
As special bonus for this year’s participants, URI Rams Basketball Head Coach Jim Baron was on hand and for a few moments, the talk turned from golf to basketball and URI’s fantastic team.
We’d also like to add a special thanks to Development Chair Robin Engle and a strong contingent of Button Hole Board members
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