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Golf Tournament

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Tuesday October 10, 2017

Endwell Greens Golf Course


ACHIEVE and the Binghamton Devils announced that ACHIEVE Broome-Chenango-Tioga will present the 2017 Binghamton Devils Charity Golf Tournament benefiting the families and individuals served by ACHIEVE.

 The golf tournament will take place at Endwell Greens, 3675 Sally Piper Road, Endwell, NY.  The tournament will be a 5 player captain and crew format offering each team of 4 the opportunity to golf with a member of the Inaugural Binghamton Devils hockey team.

 “We’re excited to be able to participate in this fantastic event for such a great cause,” said Tom Mitchell, Executive Vice President of Business Operations for the Binghamton Devils. “ACHIEVE does so much for families in this community and we’re proud to be a part of this tournament.”

 Lunch at the course and registration will begin at 12:00pm followed by a shotgun start at 1:00pm.  Participants will be able to enter various competitions held in conjunction with the tournament for prizes, including a hole-in-one, longest drive and closest to the pin contest.  Following the tournament, there will be an awards ceremony and recognition dinner.

 “We are pleased that the Binghamton Devils have partnered with ACHIEVE Broome-Chenango-Tioga.  We hope that this is the start of a very long relationship with the Binghamton Devils and wish them luck in their first season here in Binghamton.”  Said Mary Jo Thorn, ACHIEVE CEO.

 For more information contact: Christa Reese:  607.231.5217 - creese@achieveny.org






ACHIEVE is the premier provider of services to individuals with intellectual, developmental and other disabilities in Broome, Chenango and Tioga Counties and has proudly been a part of this community for 64 years.

As a chapter of NYSARC, Inc. it is the mission of ACHIEVE to advocate for an enhanced quality of life through skill advancement, inclusion, integration, and independence of persons with intellectual, developmental and other disabilities through services provided in Broome, Chenango and Tioga Counties.