|SLVFD Hosts 6th Annual Golf Tournament|
|May 21, 2018|
On May 12th, 2018 the Saranac Lake Volunteer Fire Department held its 6th Annual Golf Tournament fundraiser at the Saranac Inn Golf Club. 124 golfers from all around the area came out to enjoy a beautiful spring day and to show their support for the Fire Department. It was truly the best weather we have had for our Tournament to date. The fundraiser was a great success and it was nice to see everyone who participated. Congratulations to team Branch who took 1st place, shooting -12 and consisting of golfers Jay Branch, Tom Neiderbuhl, Pat McCue and Chad Quinn. The Saranac Lake Volunteer Fire Department would like to thank all the participants, along with the following individuals and businesses that made this a successful fundraiser:
The lead sponsor once again for our event was Burnham Benefit Advisors, who among other things provided new golf balls, ball markers and drink koozies to all the players. Our hole sponsors were: Fisher, Bessette, Muldowney and McArdle LLP, Adirondack Landscaping, Fourtune Keough Funeral Home, ADK Express, Bloomingdale Fire Department Auxiliary, Romano’s Saranac Lanes, St. Joseph’s Addiction Treatment and Recovery Centers, Hyde Fuel, Belleville & Associates, Say Real Estate, Say Rentals, Edward Jones Investments, Jim Cochran, Sayles Construction, Casa Del Sol, High Peaks Distributing, Carcuzzi Car Care Center, NBT Bank and High Peaks Ford.
Special thanks to: The Saranac Inn Golf Club, Chris and Missy Blanchard, Rockbottomgolf.com, Cape Air, Amusement and Vending’s Traeger sales and Wicked Signs and Graphics. Other businesses that donated auction items and supported the event include: Kenneth J. McLaughlin Private Investigator, Tupper Lake Country Club, Hulbert Supply, Deperados, NYS Trooper’s PBA, Grizzle T’s, Jreck Subs and Bitters and Bones.
The Saranac Lake Volunteer Fire Department looks forward to holding a 7th Annual event around the same time next year. Watch our web site www.saranaclakefire.com or our facebook page www.facebook.com/SaranacLakeVolunteerFireDepartment for updates. Photos from this year’s event can be viewed on these sites as well.