A recent mini golf tournament raised almost $14,000 for Harvest House, a non-profit supporting men recovering from substance abuse. Here are the details:
Mini Golf Tournament Raises Almost $14,000
to benefit Harvest House
CHURCHVILLE, MD: On September 12th Harvest House held its first annual Mini Golf Tournament at Churchville Golf in Churchville, Maryland.
More than 85 participants turned out to play mini golf, forming teams of four and competing for trophies and prizes. The event raised close to $8,000 in donations, and $6,000 in sponsorships and helped to raise awareness for Harvest House and its mission.
Sponsors included Jarrettsville Builders, the events Presenting Sponsor; Shirt Sponsor Superior Automatic Sprinkler Corp, Dinner Sponsors Chick Fil A- Aberdeen, Harris Metalsmiths, Friends of Harvest House and Christo’s Contracting; Trophy Sponsors Chesapeake Bank, Ciampaglio Potter Associates, Northern Contracting Company and The Harford Mutual Insurance Company; Hole Sponsors Friend of Harvest House, Bridges Consulting, Campion Insurance, Carpet Concepts, Cristo’s Contracting, Delta Lumber, Guardian Pools and Liner Services, Harford Alarm Service, The Harford County Office of Drug Control Policy, Jarrettsville Truss Company, Jim’s Painting and Home Improvement, NVS Salon/Pats Pizza, Palumbo Insurance, Plumb Construction Company, Northern Consulting, and the Society of Italian American Businessmen. Door prizes and auction items were also donated by Artic Circle, The Arena Club, Aruba Tanning, BB&T Bank, Bonefish Grill, Coldstone Creamery, CR Wings, Flavor Cupcakery, Laurrapin Grille, My Three Sons-Churchville, Pats Pizza, Red Robin, Shop Rite, Starbucks, Wawa and Wegman’s. Other donations were received from Earl Preston Jr. Whiteford Septic Service, Giant, Optimal Spine Chiropractic, Osprey Point Inn, Weiss Markets – HdG, and the Zachary Steven Mistovich Memorial Fund.
“Everyone expects there to be a “drug problem” in big cities, but not everyone knows about the extent of the issue right here in Harford County,” said Board President Donna Sheldon. Harvest House offers a Christ-centered program of housing and resources to support men recovering from substance abuse. “We were overwhelmed by the response from the local business community in support of our event, and look forward to being a part of the solution in helping men suffering from addiction to reclaim their lives.”