CHESTERTOWN The Tri-Lakes Business Alliance’s recent benefit golf tournament featured a day of keen competition yet a lot of fun for golfers, while yielding a substantial dividend for the Alliance, event organizers said this week.
Thirteen teams signed up for the event, held June 14 at Green Mansions Golf Course. Cindy Mead of the Alliance expressed appreciation to a variety of businesses and indiviuals for their sponsorship and donations: McCluskey’s Hardware, MacMillan Construction, Adirondack Moonshine, Green Mansions Golf Course, Panther Mountain Inn, Jack Toney’s Wholesale Meats, Fish Construction, Gallo Realty, Rocky Ridge Boat Storage, Glens Falls National Bank, Brant Lake Taxi, Main Street Ice Cream Parlor, Hemlock Ledge. Thanks go to Bill Brannigan for printing promotional signs, Mead added.
Winning first place in the tournament was Adirondack Moonshine team, and the runner-up was the Green Mansions squad for second place. Tee sponsors were Upstate Agency, McDermott Funeral Home, Mark Sissons of Edward Jones, Adirondack Regional Insurance, and Hemlock Ledge.
Over $1,300 was raised for the Alliance, Mead said.
“Once again, community participation was greatly appreciated and we look forward to doing this again next year,” she said.