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2014 Blythedale Invitational Golf Outing

The spectacular Stanwich Club in Greenwich, CT provided the perfect backdrop for 80 golfers to raise more than $200,000 for Blythedale Children's Hospital. The June 26th outing, co-chaired by Michael Brown, Stuart Dix and Steven Starker, included a full day of golf, and an exciting chip-off contest during cocktails. All proceeds from the event will go to Blythedale’s Parent Transportation Fund.
Prior to the shot-gun start, Cara MacDonald, a former patient, and her mother, Julie, both shared their unique perspective on Blythedale with event attendees. They both highlighted the critical importance of the Parent Transportation Program in the spectrum of a child’s care for those parents with limited resources or transportation options.
"This was truly a very special event," said Blythedale President & CEO Larry Levine. "We are so grateful to all the participants for their role in providing significant funding for such a vital need for our patient families."

Pictured above: Blythedale President & CEO Larry Levine with Event Co-Chairs Steven Starker, Michael Brown, Stuart Dix and Blythedale Trustee Farrel Starker 

Congratulations to the day's big winners...

Closest to the Pin Contest
1st place – Tyler Kaye
2nd place – Andrew Starker

Best Ball Gross Winners
Daniel Tricarico
Quinn Kurzner
Tyler Kaye
Andrew Starker

Best Ball Net Winners
Gary Spitalnick
Jamie Dim
Marty Hackel
Todd Deutsch

2nd Place
Igor Feldman
Tom Fuchs
Mike Smith
Howard Sorkin

3rd Place
Jerome Joondoph
Steve Prince
Gregg Slow
John Zanetti

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