Mohawk Golf Club Tournament 2018

Heading out

We had glorious weather and a great tournament on Friday, May 18, 2018 for the Esther Swanker Memorial golf outing at the Mohawk Golf Club on Union St., in Schenectady.  Forty-four golfers and 40 sponsors and donors made for a great time and a successful tournament.  We netted more than $5,000 for our area libraries.

Special thanks to the following donors:

Major Sponsors
Neil & Jane Golub
Rivers Casino & Resort
Sunnyview Rehabilitation Hospital

Intermediate Sponsors
Ellis Medicine
Metroland Business Machines
St. Kateri Tekakwitha Parish

Hole-in-One Sponsors
Keeler Motorcar
Price Chopper Supermarkets
Northway Golf Center

Deluxe Hole Sponsors
FAGE USA
Whiteman, Osterman & Hanna, LLP
William P. Leitch

 Hole Sponsors
John H. Blackmon                                     Jane Borrelli
Marion Grimes                                          Bonnie Kerr
Alpin Haus                                                 Graney & King Financial Advisers
William P. Leitch III                                   Karen Bradley
Cioffi Slezak & Wildegrube
Stewart’s Shops                                          Zalucki & Halstead, LLP, CPAs

 

Donors
Mary Jane Beaulieu                                    Cheryl Cufari
Karen Johnson                                             Ava Douglass
Bonnie Kerr                                                  Jermey Kerr, Mohawk Golf Club
Adirondack Beverage                                 Raindancer Restaurant
Ruby & Quiri                                                 Sondra’s Fine Jewelrey
The Open Door Bookstore                         Peter & Mary Trivilino
Anker’s Auto Service                                    MiSci
Old Chatham Shepherding Co.                  Sievert’s Sports
Wolf Hollow Brewing

Thanks also to our many volunteers!

Honoring Esther Swanker

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At this year’s golf outing we are honoring Esther Swanker, a founding board member of the Foundation and the guiding force behind this golf outing.  Thank you for helping us in remembering Esther and her indomitable community spirit in supporting libraries.

On the green