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HCRS 2nd Annual Golf Tournament for Autism Awareness

HCRS hosted its second annual Golf Tournament for Autism Awareness on September 11 at the beautiful Crown Point Country Club in Springfield.

Over 80 players took to the greens to support this worthwhile cause. Players competed for various hole-in-one prizes including $10,000 cash and for longest drive and closest to the pin awards. In addition, participants received a bag of gifts and participated in a silent auction and 50/50 raffle. Following the tournament, everyone enjoyed a delicious buffet dinner provided by Duffer’s Restaurant and Tavern.

The first place winners of the golf tournament were the JAS Auto Body Team (Toby Jasmin, Jake Obar, Chris House, and Bobby Davis). Second place went to Team Dow (John Dow, Zach Dow, Brian Woodbury, and Chris Gould). Third place went to the Chittenden Bank Team (Sean Long, Jim Lynch, Kurt Merrill, and Matt Keller). Each of the top three finishers received engraved plaques along with prizes. Winners of the longest drive were Christina Graves and Kurt Merrill; Bobby Davis was awarded the closest to the pin prize.

HCRS would like to thank the following individuals, businesses, and organizations who generously supported this event. Without their contributions, this successful fundraiser would not have been possible: The Richards Group (tournament sponsor), Kim Atwood, in memory of Josh Atwood, Auto Connection LLC, Baker Road Bodyworks, Barlow & Barlow Opticians, Jim Bartley, Beekman House, Bibens Home Center, Dr. Desiree Biesheuvel, Boston Cedar, Boston Red Sox, Walt & Alice Bradeen, Brattleboro Retreat, BreadLoaf Corporation, Castle Hill Resort & Spa, Chamberland Electric, Pam Cheney, Chester Lions Club, Chittenden Bank, Christmas Trees of Vermont, Veronica Colby, Community Feed Store, Crown Point Country Club, Dartmouth Dining Services, Dent Wizard, Depot Street Gallery, DJ’s Restaurant, Dream on Curls Riding Center, Families First, Michele Farrar, The Final Cut, Formula Ford, Mrs. Margaret Gapper, Greater Falls Family Cosmetic & Implant Dentistry, Judith Hayward, Gillam Hospitality Group, LLC, The Howard Center, Golf & Ski Warehouse, J & H Hardware, J.R. Hassman, Haystack Golf Club, Headquarters for Men, Lesa Hinkley, Paul & Pam Hudson, Tom & Sue Hutton, Jackson Lewis LLP, Jones Brothers Roofing & Carpentry, Inc., Denise Jones, Kaotik Grafitti, Mark Kattalia, Larry Kelley, Kelley Sales & Service, Kim’s Car Care, Lane Eye Associates, Lawrence & Lober Electric, Mascoma Savings Bank, Tammy Maberry, Lisa Curry Mair, Merchants Bank, Carol Millay, Priscilla Millay, Mobile Detail, MVP Health Care, Northeast Kingdom Human Services, Norwich Inn, Okemo Mountain, Dan & Deb Petraska, Matt Pond, Frank Quinn, Radio Shack, Renaissance Fine Jewelry, Ltd., Roberts’ Auto Service, Tina Rushton, Bruce & Deb Savery and Family, Shaw’s Supermarket, Singleton’s Store, Robin Skinner, Springfield Printing, Staples, Eileen Sullivan, T-Bird Mini Mart, Ted Stryhas Builders, Tyler, Simms, & St. Sauveur, PC, U-Haul, Upper Valley Services, Von Bargen Jewelry, Washington County Mental Health, Westminster Auto, Willow Farm Pet Services, Windmill Softball, Woodbury Florist, Yama Restaurant, Young’s Furniture and Appliances.

We would also like to thank all the friends, families, and businesses who sponsored players in this tournament; their contributions will help to make our communities more aware of the impact of Autism and the importance of early treatment.