Our 4th Annual Golf Outing
Fear of a torrential rain that would dampen and call off the day were dismissed as the sun shone for about 80 golfers at the NJESA 4th Annual Golf Outing.
Held at the Old York Country Club in Chesterfield, it was much more than a day for golf. In addition to lunch and dinner, a cigar roller provided complimentary hand rolled cigars to all attendees. There were also two beverage carts with complimentary beer, soft drinks, and snacks was on the course as well as a one-hour open bar / cocktail reception before dinner.
We raffled off a weekend for two for two nights at Caesars in Atlantic City with $260 for food and beverages. In addition, we held a 50/50 raffle. The proceeds went to the Scholarship fund.
Speaking of the scholarship, Scholarship recipients and their fathers were in attendance to read their winning essays and accept their award at the dinner reception.
Jacob Fritz, selected as the first-place winner, received a $1,500 check from the association. His father, Jonathan Fritz, is a staff sergeant with the NJ State Police at the NJSP Cartaret Station.
Andrew Griffin, who was chosen as the second-place winner of the award received a check for $1,000. His father, Brian Griffin, is a firefighter with the Bloomfield Fire Department.
See below for photos and our Skill Prize Winners and Sponsors.
Skill Prize Winners
1st Place: Robert Degennaro (58), Adam Wilder (-13), Matt Zucker, Mike Moskowitz
2nd Place: Ken Gould (59), Vince DiValerio (-12 [MOC]), Ralph Costa, Andrew Costa
3rd Place: Jesse Baker (59), Jason Barton (-12 [MOC]), Eric Greenwald, Dan Stimpson
Longest Drive: #7 Gordon White
Closest to the Pin: #2 Kendrick Johnson 3′ 6″
Straightest Drive: #13 Joe Kelly
Co-chairs Casey Guagenti and Jamie Kerth planned much more than a day for golf. In addition to lunch and dinner, a cigar roller provided complimentary hand rolled cigars to all attendees, two beverage carts with complimentary beer, soft drinks, and snacks was on the course as well as a one-hour open bar / cocktail reception before dinner. Plus, there were fifteen $75 door prizes for lucky winners.
Scholarship recipients and their fathers were in attendance to read their winning essays and accept their award at the dinner reception.
First Place ($1,500) went to Ryan Palmer of Arthur L. Johnson High School in Clark, NJ. His father is Allan Palmer of the Rahway Fire Department. Ryan plans to attend Virginia Tech.
Second Place ($1,000) went to Liam Kerrick of Newton High School in Newton, NJ. His father is Paul Kerrick of the NJ State Police. Liam plans to attend IAIB-INU Northeastern University.
See below for our Skill Prize Winners and Sponsors.
1st Place: Tim Kilonsky, Jason Barton, Adam Weinstock, Dan Stimpson
2nd Place: Robert Degennaro, Adam Wilder, Matt Zucker, Bill Monahan
3rd Place: Rich Camy, Tom Waeschle, Kip Grant, Carla
Longest Drive: Adam Weinstock
Closest to the Pin: John Jennings
Straightest Drive: Anthony Regarto
Darry Voss, Axis Communications
Golf Cart Sponsor
Robert DeGennaro, Beacon Protection
Gift Bag Sponsor
Sherwin Xing, HIKVision
Chris Mosley, Complete security Systems
Beer Cart Sponsor
Jennifer Erni, Windy City Wire
Duane Warehime, NAPCO
Rich Camy, Olympic Wire
Hand Rolled Cigar Station Sponsor:
Brian Arenofsky, BH Securities
Cocktail Hour Sponsor
Sam Weinstein, PPAG
Sal DiCristina, The DiCristina Group
Heather Ferrera, COPS Monitoring
Sherida Sessa, ISC East
Premium Tee Box Sponsor
Jim Morata, Harrah’s
Hole in One Sponsor
David Sommer, NVTPhybridge