TCORS Law Firm held its 28th Annual Golf Outing at Pequot Golf Club to raise funds for two local nonprofit organizations on October 6th. Thanks to participants’ and matching donations from the firm, more than $4,000 was raised during this year’s golf scramble, which drew in over 80 golfers and guests. Over the course of the last 28 years, the firm’s annual charitable golf outings have raised $125,000 to benefit area nonprofit organizations and charities. Representatives of numerous local businesses and organizations were also in attendance.
The two nonprofits selected as beneficiaries for 2023 were New London Community Meal Center and Waterford Country School. Christopher Lacey, the Executive Director of Waterford Country School, was in attendance to accept the donation.
While the main purpose of the outing is to raise funds for the selected charities, there is also a friendly competitiveness present between teams. For the foursome teams Rob Winslow, Brian Sattler, Rob Simmons & Tyler McKenna came in first place; Mike Caron, Rick Conti, Mike Thomas and Colin Flinn from Connecticut Title Insurance Company (CATIC) came in second place; Dave Stone, Rhonda Rooney and Kathryn Tracy from Eastern CT Bank came in third place.
Awards were also awarded for the longest drive; closest to the pin, closest to line and second longest drive in both male and female categories. Linda Flynn and John Fain were awarded closest to line. Denise Lindell and Bruce Holstein were awarded closest to pin. Emily Casey (TCORS) and William Rule were awarded longest drive. Brian Vonna was awarded second longest drive.
About the Nonprofits
Waterford Country School
For more than 90 years, Waterford Country School has been dedicated to doing whatever it takes to enrich the lives of children and strengthen families through specialized programs, resources, and community services. Visit their website to learn more.
New London Community Meal Center
New London Community Meal Center helps provide nutritious meals to those in need, while also making a systemic impact on the food insecurity in New London County. During just the first 3 quarters of 2021, they served over 50,000 meals in New London County.