Saturday, November 6, 2010
Promising Scholars tourney a winner
The 8th Annual Promising Scholars Fund Charity Golf Classic was held recently at Laurel View Country Club in Hamden.
The event successfully raised more than $50,000 for college scholarships to minority students in the local community, organizers said in a statement. For more click here.
At the fundraiser, John A. Edmonds received the Legacy Award for his ongoing support of Promising Scholars, his dedication to the community and young people throughout his life, and his love of golf and understanding of how it helps shape the ethical values of young people, the statement said.
For more information about the event and the Promising Scholars Fund at The Community Foundation for Greater New Haven, visit http://www.cfgnh.org/.
In the photo, contributed by the Community Foundation, John Edmonds with his daughter, Nancy Hill and fellow archon, Carlton Highsmith in back middle.
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