2022 Golf Fore Kids’ Sake raises $35,000 for youth mentoring
Big Brothers Big Sisters of Mid-Maine’s 2022 Golf Fore Kids’ Sake, at Belgrade Lakes, presented by Kennebec Savings Bank, raised $33,000 on Friday, September 2, to support one-to-one youth mentoring throughout mid-coast, central and eastern Maine.
The Belgrade Lakes Golf for Kids’ Sake was sponsored by Kennebec Savings Bank (Invitational Presenting Sponsor) with support from Major Sponsors Skowhegan Savings Bank, Cives Steele Company, Robert Gatof, and Horch Roofing. Lunch and Scoreboard Sponsors included Central Maine Motors Auto Group, Darlings, Sprague & Curtis Real Estate, and Sappi.
First Place Net: Maine General #2: Andy Dionne, John Smith, Jason Brown, Tim Borelli.
First Place Gross: Horch Roofing: Tim Matero, Chris Seavey, Jordan Matero, Benjie Blake.
Second Place Net: Bank of New Hampshire: Sean Rankin, Matt Worthen, Don McFadden, Travis Frautten.
Second Place Gross: Skowhegan Savings Bank: Kevin Holland, Don Skillings, Jim Coffin, Ed Goff.
Longest Drive awards were presented to Mark Eldgridge (men’s) and Adrian Phair (women’s). Ed Goff won the Chipping Contest.
To learn more about becoming a mentor, or for more information about Big Brothers Big Sisters of Mid-Maine’s youth mentoring programs, visit bbbsmidmaine.org.
Belgrade Golf Fore Kids’ Sake 2022 Tournament winners:
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