Golf event benefits Big Brothers/Big Sisters and Wyoming Valley Children’s Association

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The Woodlands 14th annual “Golf For The Kids Golf Classic” was recently held the Mountain Laurel Golf Course. Proceeds benefited Big Brothers Big Sisters of The Bridge, which received $1,750 and Wyoming Valley Children’s Association, which also received $1,750. Since it began 14 years ago, the event has now raised more than $60,500. Members of the planning committee are, from left, Jim Roberts, advisory board, Big Brothers Big Sisters of The Bridge; Bill Yeager, advisory board, Big Brothers Big Sisters of The Bridge; Jack Nolan, advisory board, Big Brothers Big Sisters of The Bridge; Jenna Sargent Thorne, program manager, Big Brothers Big Sisters of The Bridge; Alan Stout, community and resource development, Big Brothers Big Sisters of The Bridge; Margaret Osmanski, The Woodlands; Nina Zanon, executive director, Wyoming Valley Children’s Association; Mitch Kornfeld, The Woodlands. Absent at the time of the photo were: Eric Mahler, president of the advisory board, Big Brothers Big Sisters of The Bridge.

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