Sports 12 - August 19, 2011 Pelham~Windham Sports
Another Record Breaking Year for Windham Baseball for the Jimmy Fund!
Submitted by David Macary, WBSL The Windham Baseball’s Summer Jimmy Fund
Program wrapped up its fund raising campaign this week. The enthusiasm and efforts by all the players and parents was record breaking, raising a league high $16,700 for the Dana Farber Cancer Institute in honor of local Windham resident, Nicholas Barbaro. Equally outstanding was the support and donations from over 40 local
businesses contributing items for the end of season raffle. The fundraising efforts was truly a team effort,
led by parent volunteers Ken and Tunde Eyring, with over 30 players from four teams raising over $200 each, 13 players raising $500 or more, and one player raising over $2,000! They are all to be commended for a job well done!
Area Golfers Treated to Free Golf at Pine Valley
by Marc Ayotte For many golfers who went to Pine Valley Golf Links (PVGL) in Pelham on Saturday, August 13, a blissful day of free golf awaited them. The event was part of a combined celebration of 50 years of business in Pelham and owner Todd Madden’s anniversary as member of the PGA. Madden has been a member for 40 years. Hackers and low handicappers alike were treated to free golf with a cart. Additionally, hot dogs and cheeseburgers- compliments of the gracious efforts of Debbie Madden - were also offered to players, as part of the PVGL customer appreciation day. As the day proceeded, the Madden’s generosity escalated as they provided an extensive buffet including steak kabobs, chicken, steamers and corn on the cob to long time golf members of the local nine hole course - all free of charge. The generosity of the day was consistent and reflective of the many years in which Madden and Pine Valley have been benefactors to youth golfers in Pelham.
Members of the Pelham Economic Committee headed by chairperson Lisa Landry were present to honor Pine Valley for their half century of involvement in the business community. Landry sited Pine Valley as one of the original members of the Economic Committee’s Website which helps promote business opportunities in Pelham.
staff photos by Marc Ayotte
Former Python athlete, Jesse Vaiknoras, was one of many golfers who enjoyed free burgers and a free round of golf during customer appreciation day at Pine Valley Golf Links
Front row, left to right: Daniel Smith, Stephen Szoztak, Parker Rice, Jack Flanagan, Tommy Langlois, Ryan Condon. Second row: Corey Eyring, Cameron Mathews, Matt Crowley, Connor Lord, Nick Mueller. Tird row: Josh Jezek, Chris Redard, Aaron Zabawski, Robbie Furman, Malay Agarwal. Back row: Teddy Shpak, Robert DiCicco, Dylan Szostak, Nicholas Plouff, Jacob Wallace, Cameron Burns.
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