ALLAMUCHY—Benedictine Academy in Elizabeth held its fourth annual golf outing on Sept. 21 at Panther Valley Golf & Country Club in Allamuchy. Guests enjoyed playing the challenging 18-hole golf course designed by Robert Trent Jones.
The event included a buffet brunch and an awards dinner, featuring many prizes including four tickets and a parking permit for a November Giants vs. Falcons game; an official NJ Devils hockey jersey autographed by goalie Martin Brodeur; and a certificate for four for golf and lunch at Panther Valley Golf & Country Club. Proceeds of the event will help bolster academic and athletic programs at the all-female Catholic college prep secondary school.
Linda Farrell, an alumna of the all-female Catholic college prep secondary school, was co-chair of the event, along with fellow Academy alumna Ginny Murphy, ‘65.
Pictured preparing for the shotgun start are guests (l-r): Chen Hu; Robert Kortenhaus, an honorary Benedictine Academy Advisory Board Trustee; Academy Principal Kenneth Jennings; and Advisory Board Trustee John Hannan.
David and Linda Cuccurolle Farrell of Roselle Park get ready to ride out to their assigned hole for the shotgun start.
Benedictine Academy students from in Elizabeth helped welcome guests who attended the golf outing. Pictured left to right are student volunteers Emilie Burke ‘11, of Colonia; Natasha Ballah ‘10, and Amanda Boykins ‘10, both of Irvington; Anika Dodson ‘10, of Elizabeth; and Danah Lewis ‘10, of Hillside.
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