, Kingston, NH

Letters to the Editor

April 24, 2014

Successful Golf Tournament

Successful Golf Tournament

Thank you all for supporting the All Women Golf Tournament for New Generation.

The tournament raised over $100,000.00 in the last ten years. A special Thanks to Dover Honda Chevrolet for sponsoring the Hole-in-One.

A grateful thanks to all that helped to keep the tournament going each year: Proulx Oil, Secondwind Water Systems, Dwane Staples Landscaping, Lodging Econometrics, Inc, Bayside Distributing, Inc, Julie Bailey, Judy Sullivan, Barbara Blinn, Kathy Maxwell-Fitzgerald, Anne O’Brien, Lynne Smith, Joanna Doykos, June Jones, The Graceffa Family, Shanley Realtors, Dennis Stone, Sandy Scovell, Casassa & Ryran, Knights of Clolumbus of Exeter Council, Fores Restaurant Hampton, Rejuvenations Professional Massage, Aimee Nicole Esthetics, Tawnyna at Newbury North Salon N. Hampton, The British Aisles, LTD, Serenity Meditation, Susan Strong, Pro-Wash Car Wash, Aesthetica Facial Spa, The Friendly Toast, Organic Bonita, Abenaqui CC, Irene Trayers, Kiosk Flower Shop, Gary Blake, The Green Bean, Lisa Dale, Wentworth by the Sea CC, Shanley Realtors, New Hampshire Glass, Pauline Elkin, Jackie Mahoney, Bio Spray, The Von Hemert Group, Lynne Smith, Janet Forrest, Exeter Hospital, Bernier Corp, Maureen Barrows, Bell & Flynn, Phyllis and Ron Houghton.

Thanks to all the Ladies over the last ten years that have played. I will miss you.

New Generation is a Home Care environment for Mothers and their children to help them get through a time in their lives when they have no one to turn to. They receive support and caring they need to becoming good mothers and accomplish things they dream of. Continue their education gain confidence in themselves that stays with them through they lives and their children. The results have been outstanding.

Beverly Barney,

Golf Chairperson


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