, Kingston, NH

Letters to the Editor

December 5, 2013

Successful Golf Tournament

Successful Golf Tournament

The Atkinson Lions Club held their 15th annual Golf Tournament at the Granite Fields Golf Club on September 21. The event was a huge success with 100 golfers enjoying 18 holes of golf, a steak dinner and awards ceremony.

The Atkinson Lions would like to thank the following: Platinum Sponsors: Pinnacle Physical Therapy and Foisy Foundation; Gold Sponsors: UNITIL and Lewis Builders; Silver Sponsor: Serv Pro of Salem/Plaistow; Hole Sponsors: Aflac, Align Credit Union, Bill’s Home Improvement, Boyle Construction, Brookside Chapel and Funeral Home, Busby Construction, Casey’s Diner, Cedar’s Mediterranean Foods, Central Mutual Insurance, Coco and Early Realty, Connectivity, Inc. Early Bird Cafe, Feuer Lumber, Freshwater Farms, Frontier Adjusters, Guard Insurance Group, Hanover Insurance Group, In Memory of Tom Angell, Insurance Solutions/Sans Group, Jim Garrity, Joseph Hills Agency Inc., Kathy McDonald Realtor, KSRJ Realtor, Liberty Mutual-Commercial Lines, Lou and Sons Lawn Care Inc., Maplewood Title Co Inc., Minco Commercial Real Estate, Mortgage Network, Peabody Supply Company, Plaistow Lions Club, Power Search Inc., Robert Michael’s Limosine Service, San Satellite Network Agency, SBLI Life Insurance, Senator Chuck Morse, Sheriff Mike Downing, Smith Motors-Mercedez Benz, T.M. Pignatiello Co., Thompson Title & Settlement, Transmissions Etc., Traynor Glass, Uptack Plumbing and Heating, Westville Grand Rental, Winchell Family, Winwars Express, and Hyten; Gifts and Prizes: Granite Fields Golf Club, Market Basket, T Bones, Zorvino Vineyards, Red’s Shoe Barn, Crystal Lake Golf Club, The Herlihy Family, Singer Subaru, Kevin Herrmann, State Farm Insurance, Birds Unlimited.

The support of the sponsors and players enables the Atkinson Lions to continue the programs such as Sight and Hearing, Kid’s Sight, Camp Pride for Disabled Children, Scholarships, Cub Scout Pack and Boy Scout Troop Sponsorship, Girl Scouts, Veterans, Food Pantries, Wheelchair Van /Elderly, Christmas and Thanksgiving Baskets and many more projects.

Dick Magoon

Atkinson Lions Club

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