Here it folks! Mark your calendars because COVID or no COVID, we are playing golf!Golf outings have been ongoing and hopefully by the time ours comes around, all restrictions will be lifted. With that said, catering for the event is still up in the air so we are going to be planning some things as we go. As of now, there is no buffet style catering options but they are cooking and serving individual orders for outings.
However that may change by the time our outing comes. We are keeping the price per golfer the same as last year at $180. Going to cap the golfers at 100 so there are not too many doubled up on the tee boxes. So if you want to play, register soon because this will fill up fast. To register, message me or Steve Ryan, or email 3VDFoundation@gmail.com. You can pay by check, Venmo, or PayPal. Please let me know who you will be playing with or if you are a single golfer.If you are interested in sponsoring a tee sign or one of the other sponsorship options, please message me the details of what you would like on the sign. We are using the same format for signs as we did last year. Also let me know if you would like to donate an item for the raffles. Lastly if you would like to volunteer at the outing please let me know. We will need at least 10 guys to help out. You will get a free lunch and dinner for helping out.
Its all about our community and quality of life.
The Foundation provided two scholarships to the High School seniors at the Senior Awards Ceremony. Two students each received $250 to further their education. Selection was based upon community service
The Three Village Dads collected over 20 boxes full of assorted grocery items donated to the Three Village School District Food Pantry
The Foundation received 50 pine tree saplings from NYS DEC which were planted throughout the community for Arbor Day beautification program
The Three Village Dads and Foundation participated in the St Baldricks event raising $20,000 for pediatric cancer
The Foundation presented the Setauket VFW with a custom handmade wooden flag
The Foundation and several individual group members donated money for the Lt Michael P Murphy Navy Seal Museum buy a brick- project
2nd Annual Golf Outing ( scheduled for July 31st) – over 100 golfers registered to play, a dozen volunteers to run the outing and approximately 50 business sponsors. Proceeds will be distributed to local charities for the betterment of the community
Food for the Frontline project. The Foundation raised over $20,000 and was able to purchase food from local restaurants to provide over 1500 meals for staff at Stony Brook Hospital ( medical staff, orderlies, maintenance and repair), Long Island State Veterans Home staff and the Stony Brook University Police Department.
The Foundation made donations to local Boy Scouts groups and Girl Scouts. Cookies were donated to local fire departments.