United Way’s Golf Classic Raises Over $54,000 For Community Programs

SCOTCH PLAINS – Nearly 100 individuals and representatives of businesses throughout Union County recently hit the golf links at Shackamaxon Golf & Country Club in Scotch Plains to support United Way of Greater Union County’s work in making a difference in people’s lives and addressing critical community needs.

Miles Notar, Tony Pugliese, Mike Scacifero and Tim Williams.

AGL Resources/Elizabethtown Gas Golfing for a Good Cause: Miles Notar, Tony Pugliese, Mike Scacifero and Tim Williams.

“This event’s continued success demonstrates again and again that Union County’s residents and businesses care for their neighbors and the community,” stated James W. Horne, Jr., CEO of United Way of Greater Union County. “Their generosity and leadership enable organizations like ours to continue our work.”

United Way’s 2008 Golf Classic and dinner reception generated more than $54,000 to support essential programs and services in Union County. Alpine Aromatics International Inc., HRH Insurance and AGL/Elizabethtown Gas were the Presenting Sponsors of the event.

“We are delighted that our golf event, once again, brought together so many people and organizations that care and support our community,” said Brenda Anderson, vice president of operations at Anderson Publishing and chair of United Way’s 2008 Golf Classic Committee. “We are most grateful for their support.”

United Way of Greater Union County develops and supports programs that measurably improve the lives of local children and families. United Way’s Project Improve, for example, is focused on enhancing the quality of local childcare centers to ensure children are well prepared to learn and succeed in school and in life. And United Way’s 2-1-1 helpline supports thousands of local families by connecting them with the community resources they need.

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