The following press release is courtesy of Thomson Communications:
Monday, September 26th marks the ’s 42nd Annual Mike Frangos Commodore Invitational Golf Tournament. For passionate golfers - this is a coveted opportunity to play a round of golf at Myopia Hunt Club in South Hamilton while supporting a truly great cause. All proceeds from the tournament help support the Northeast Arc’s valuable programs and services for children and adults living with disabilities in more than 150 communities in Massachusetts.
The tournament is played in memory of Mike Frangos, who owned the popular Commodore Restaurant in Beverly. The Commodore Invitational has raised more than $2 million which has helped people living with disabilities live full and meaningful lives.
The Northeast Arc provides Early Intervention Services for more than 500 children;residences for 112 individuals; assistance to more than 2,000 individuals by Personal Care Attendants; life and vocational skills to over 200 people; an Autism SupportCenter, competitive work training programs and a full range of recreational opportunities.
The Commodore Invitational helps to continue these programs. It is the longest continually running charity golf tournament in the United States. There are two flights – morning and afternoon. Breakfast, lunch and dinner are provided. The morning run starts at 7:00 AM and costs $300 per person. The afternoon starts at 12:15 PM and costs $2,000 per foursome. This is an incredible opportunity to play a round on Myopia, win some great raffle & golf prizes, and bid on live/silent auction items – all while providing important services to hundreds of local families.
Some levels of sponsorship include guaranteed foursomes in the afternoon flight. Dinner-only packages are also available. To register for the tournament, donate an item, volunteer or inquire about sponsorships, contact: Becky Landry: (978) 762-4878 ext. 2401 or email@example.com