“Just when you thought it was safe to go back on the golf course”
Jersey Guys II The Sequel Annual Golf Outing
It’s hard to believe another golf outing has come and gone.
One word to describe the day – SUCCESS. Once again, fun was had by all. In total, 98 golfers ended up participating in the outing and Mother Nature cooperated. We couldn’t have been more thankful. After registering everyone, the event began around 12pm. There were various contests for a hole in one, longest drive and pot o’ gold. Golfers enjoyed friendly competition on the greens, as well as dinner, silent auction and an awards ceremony.
To everyone that came to the event – thank you!! Getting us all together makes all the work worth it. Your generous support was greatly appreciated. This year we raised $18,000 which helps enable us to further support scholarships for young adults and mentoring in the names of Anthony DeSantis and Bob Beaman.
The Anthony DeSantis ‘Service to America’ Scholarship will be presented to an Active Duty, Guard Member, Veteran, or a immediate (Spouse or Child) of an Active Duty/Veteran of US Military Service – Army, Navy, Air Force, Marines or Coast Guard at NJMEP’s Annual ‘Made in New Jersey’ Manufacturing Day on October 6th.
The Team Eagle Foundation will be presenting scholarships in Bob Beaman’s name to Boys & Girls Scouts and those attending LEDR on Black Friday. They will also be presenting scholarships to NJMEP’s last (3) college interns on Manufacturing Day – Aaron Bennett, Lindsay Cochario, & Nia Johnson.
We would like to sincerely thank and acknowledge Minebrook Golf Club, our sponsors, supporters, volunteers, and attendees; without all of you accomplishing our mission simply would not be possible.
Our 3rd annual gold outing is coming up next summer! Keep July 27th open…it’s probably going to be on this date (most likely). Already looking forward to it… We hope to see you there!
Bob grew up and lived in Madison, NJ most of his life and became a successful IT & Hardware Engineer. His key activities outside of work included sports and the Boy Scouts of America where he spent 37-years as an adult leader helping develop programs like the Strategic
Youth Mentoring Program called LEDR.
Anthony (Tony to friends) was born and raised in Hoboken but, later moved to Bergen County to raise his beloved (5) daughters with his wife, Lynn. A career in Business Development & Marketing led him to his passion at NJMEP, where he helped countless companies over his 14-years of Service.
John Kennedy 201-506-0642 or Robert Stramara 973-998-9801