Golf tournaments to support young and old

Above: St. Anne’s is one of two golf tournament fundraisers for community organizations the fourth week of September. (Image from event website)

There’s a new golf tournament in town this fall. (Well, maybe not “in” town, but “for” the town.)

St. Anne’s Church is joining the fray with a fundraiser for their youth programs. Their event takes place on Thursday, September 24th. Registration is now open.

That inaugural tournament follows three days after the 24th annual Falconi Golf Tournament for the Council on Aging.

Registration for the Falconit ournament hasn’t been posted yet. But the Senior Center’s summer newsletter encourages anyone interested in learning more to call Brian Donovan at the senior center. In addition to golfers, they are seeking sponsors and volunteer committee members to help with the September 21st event.

Here are the details on St. Anne’s tournament:

Friends and neighbors join us for a fun-filled day of golf and support St. Anne Youth Programs!

St. Anne Church will be holding its first annual golf tournament on September 24, 2015 at Highfields Golf and Country Club in Grafton, MA. Please join us for a day of fun and golf contests with a BBQ dinner, silent auction and raffles immediately following. Registration is from 9:00-9:45 with a shotgun start at 10:00am. Golf begins at 10:00am (with a box lunch). Golfers are $125 each which includes your food, golf fees and a cart. ($500 per foursome) Not a golfer, you’re still invited to join us for dinner, the auctions and raffles with a dinner only price of $50. 

Register online at or by phone to Bernadine Small at 508-662-0357.

St. Anne Church was established in 1886 and has been an institution within the Southborough community for over 125 years. Today, St. Anne is a thriving parish of over 700 families within the greater Southborough area, drawing members from such nearby towns as Marlborough, Westborough, Framingham, Sudbury, Ashland, and Hudson. Throughout its history, community outreach and support has been extended locally, nationally and internationally to organizations such as the Southborough Food Pantry, the Hurricane Katrina Relief program and the Camp Perrin School in Haiti where a school canteen is presently being constructed.

In conjunction with the above endeavors, the growth and development of the youth of the greater Southborough community is a fundamental objective at St. Anne’s. In addition to its affiliations with other youth development organizations, St. Anne’s operates its own educational programs and initiatives that cater to children from Kindergarten age through High School. The St. Anne youth programs are conducted on the St. Anne campus through our own dedicated staff with assistance from parents and other volunteers. The staff provides direct teaching, as well as organized community and social activities such as our annual trip to Mississippi where our high school youth service families in need.

We look forward to seeing you there! Questions – contact Bernadine Small at 508-662-0357.

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