A Swinging Success: Reflecting on the Incredible District 7255 Rotary Cup Golf Championship and End Polio Now Dinner

A Swinging Success: Reflecting on the Incredible District 7255 Rotary Cup Golf Championship and End Polio Now Dinner

St George's Golf and Country Club District 7255 Rotary Cup Golf Championship

In the spirit of community and philanthropy, Rocky Point Rotary held its 25th annual Golf Outing on June 19, 2023. This year’s event was also the first annual District 7255 Rotary Cup Golf Championship. The event was nothing short of spectacular and we're excited to share the highlights with you.

A day filled with sunshine and smiles, the District 7255 Rotary Cup Golf Championship proved to be the perfect blend of friendly competition and fundraising. Participants arrived, clubs in hand, ready to test their skills on the meticulously maintained greens of the beautiful St. George’s Golf and Country Club, but also to contribute to causes that touch so many lives.

District 7255 Rotary Cup

From the first swing in the morning to the last putt in the late afternoon, the enthusiasm was palpable. Golfers from representing Rotary clubs from Amityville to Verrazano navigated the course with determination and grit, each hole bringing everyone closer to the goal of raising essential funds for the Rotary Foundation as well as local causes.

Rocky Point Rotary volunteers on the greens

Off the fairways, spectators cheered, volunteers hustled, and families bonded. Every single person present added to the positive energy, making it a truly memorable day for all.

But the fun did not stop there. As the sun set and the golf clubs were put away, we moved into the elegant setting of our post-golf End Polio Now dinner. The aroma of delectable food wafted through the air, as laughter and chatter filled the room. It was a well-deserved moment of relaxation after a day out on the course.

Raw bar at the End Polio Now Dinner

Guests enjoyed a raw bar, cocktails, and a gourmet dinner of steak and lobster and engaged in lively conversations. Stories from the day's activities were shared over dessert, and laughter was a common sound. The camaraderie in the room was not only a testament to the success of the golf outing, but also the unity of our community.

Chris Clausen and Kevin Mann About to Present the Rotary Cup Trophy

During the End Polio Now dinner, emcee Chris Clausen had the chance to thank our generous sponsors, without whom this event would not have been possible. The collective effort of our sponsors, participants, volunteers, and staff played a huge role in making the first District 7255 Rotary Cup a grand success.

In total, we raised significant funds and we are grateful to all those who contributed. This event is a powerful reminder that when we come together, we can make a real difference in the world.

Thank you to everyone who made the Golf Outing such a resounding success. Your support, be it through your attendance, donations, or encouraging words, has been overwhelming. We look forward to seeing you again next year for another round of golf and giving! Remember, every swing, every putt, and every round can change lives. Let's continue to drive forward with our mission until the second annual District 7255 Rotary Golf Championship. Here's to many more successes together!

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