Club National Annual Golf Tourney Benefits Nashua Children's Home
AUGUST 25, 2017
The18th Annual Club National Golf Tourney to benefit Nashua Children’s Home was held on June 26 at Souhegan Woods in Amherst. The tourney raised $20,000 to support the operation of the Transitional Living Program of the Children’s Home.
The Pine Street club has raised $285,000 over the course of their Golf Tourney to support young people that are exiting New Hampshire’s child-protective or juvenile justice system and entering adulthood as 18-year-olds absent the financial supports of their families of origin. The young people are housed in apartments abutting the Amherst Street property of Nashua Children’s Home and offered continuing staff support and guidance. Club National is the largest single benefactor of this endeavor.
Presentation of $20,000 check to Nashua Children’s Home at Club National. From left (front row): Kevin Leger (Club National Golf Committee), Nashua Children’s Home Business Manager Lori Wilshire, Paul Belanger (Golf Committee), Paul Chasse (Golf Committee, Event Coordinator) Adam Gureckis (Golf Committee), Nashua Children’s Home Executive Director David Villiotti, Dave Dufoe (Club National Chairman House Committee).
Photo Credit: Joanne Burdett Dion