The 2023 Dockside Golf Tournament benefits the Thoracic Surgery and Esophageal Cancer Research Fund at Smilow Cancer Hospital
Monday, October 2, 2023 – 7:30 am
The 2023 Dockside Golf Tournament is right around the corner! Monday October 2nd. The day starts off with breakfast and breakfast cocktails at registration (7:30), raffles and 50/50. Shot gun start at 9. On the course, featuring samples from High Noon, Links Drinks, Tito’s, Grey Goose and of course our own flagship beer. More food at the 10th hole, a massage by Remind Health and wellness on the second hole, Buzz Blocks at the putting green. Long drive and closest to the pin contests. Following the golf, we will have a casual reception for dinner and cocktails and present the raffles and awards.
All proceeds from our golf tournament will go to Smilow with direct funding to the esophageal center. Our tournament is honor of Ian Horowitz.
Please join pianist Art Bellucci for a benefit for Pediatric Oncology at Smilow Cancer Hospital. Featuring the talents of Donald Alfano, Christine Amarone, Teddey Brown, Sarah Cantafio, Julie Mountcastle, Shane Quinn, Mia Scarpa, Phyllis Silver, and Ryan Tamani.
Please join us for a day of Golf at Race Brook Country Club in loving Memory of Melissa Marottoli Hogan. Non Golfers are welcome for a BBQ dinner and drinks. All proceeds go to benefit Lung Cancer Research at Yale New Haven Hospital.
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October 21st, 2023, 3PM-10PM EST
- Free Entry & Arcade
- Families and Kids Welcome
- Over $10,000 in raffle prizes
Do good. Give back. Leave A Legacy. Three simple ideas make up the foundation of Legacy Gaming’s ongoing mission to share video games with the world. Since day one giving back has been at the center of our community. Whether it’s game keys, toys, controllers, or consoles the goal has always been to spread joy through gaming.
Join Legacy Gaming and local businesses to raise money and spread the joy of gaming to kids going through medical treatment at Yale New Haven Children’s Hospital. Funds raised will support the purchase gaming consoles, games, peripherals, and more, so that kids undergoing treatment can experience the wonders of video games.
Founded in 1989, the Friends of Yale New Haven Children’s Hospital has helped to improve the health and well-being of pediatric patients through support of clinical care, education and outreach. Over the last thirty years, our fundraising efforts have secured more than $2.6 million dollars from philanthropic friends and benefactors.
We invite your support of our mission and ask that you give generously to this year’s Gala. The event will honor Betty Ann Donegan – one of the Connecticut Shoreline’s most beloved and sought after culinary instructors. A chemistry teacher at Southern Connecticut State University for years, Betty Ann incorporates the science of food into her cooking classes. Her love for exploring the culinary arts has found her traveling the world to learn from celebrated chefs and bringing those skills back to her home classroom. Betty Ann is a lifetime resident of New Haven and Branford and a frequent guest on local news programming. She has devoted her time and talents to her community and many nonprofit organizations throughout the region including the Friends of Yale New Haven Children’s Hospital.
Thank you in advance for your generosity. We look forward to a most auspicious celebration and hope to see you on Saturday, October 28th.