Asnuntuck Community College Foundation’s 23rd Anniversary Golf Tournament will be held on Wednesday, October 4.
The event will have a shotgun start at noon at Twin Hills Country Club, Longmeadow, Massachusetts. Golf registration, which is $150 per golfer, includes 18 holes, cart, lunch, and dinner.
Proceeds from the event will benefit student scholarships and programs at CT State Asnuntuck. Several sponsors have announced their commitment to the event. They include Trinity Health New England, Andrews, Pickle Jar Deli, M&T Bank, USA Hauling and Recycling, Vista Produce, Westfield Bank, Van Zelm Engineers, DG Graphic, McCaffrey Law Firm and CGFI Financials.
The 2023 Golf Committee includes Graeme Bazarian, Romiesha Briscoe, Gary Carra, Cheryl Cyr, Alfredo DiMauro, Donna “DJ” Jones-Searle, Keith Madore, Mary McCarthy, Tim St. James, Jo Ann Walk, Barbara Walton, and Event Coordinator Josh Ware.
For more information about the tournament, details on becoming a sponsor, or to register, please visit https://birdease.com/ACCGolf2023, email Josh Ware at ctgolfeventplanner.com or call 203-228-2768.
Located in Enfield, Connecticut, CT State Asnuntuck (pronounced: As-NUN-tuck), formerly Asnuntuck Community College, was established in 1972. The campus offers associate degrees, certificates, and short-term workforce training programs to prepare students for careers, transfer opportunities, and lifelong learning.
The 12 community colleges in Connecticut merged on July 1, 2023, to become CT State Community College, one of the largest community colleges in the country and largest in New England, dedicated to quality, access and affordability. CT State students can apply once and take classes and access services at any campus. Locations include Asnuntuck (Enfield), Capital (Hartford), Gateway (New Haven and North Haven), Housatonic (Bridgeport), Manchester, Middlesex (Middletown and Meriden), Naugatuck Valley (Waterbury and Danbury), Northwestern (Winsted), Norwalk, Quinebaug Valley (Danielson and Willimantic), Three Rivers (Norwich), and Tunxis (Farmington). Find out more at ctstate.edu.