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Mary Ellen Golf Tournament

Monday, August 22

CAISponsorLogoThe Mary Ellen Golf Tournament has been rescheduled to take place on Tuesday, September 20, 2022 with a shogun start at 11AM.

We hope the previously registered golfers can still attend. Contact Ann Marie to confirm your registration.

Tuesday, September 20
9:30 a.m. Registration and continental breakfast
11:00 a.m. Shotgun start

Contact
Ann Marie Surovy by phone at 610-289-0114 x205 or by email.

Valley Country Club, Sugarloaf, PA
Valley Country Club is nestled in the pristine valley of the Sugarloaf area and boasts a beautiful view of the surrounding mountains and natural ambiance of the valley terrain. The Tillinghast designed championship golf course will provide an exceptional day of golf and the other event activities will be hosted in the beautiful Clubhouse. The course offers artistically sculpted, shrewdly placed bunkers and clever green contouring and plays 6,218 yards from the back blue tees.

Valley Country Club, 79 Country Club Lane, Sugarloaf, PA (click for directions)

Golfers' tournament experience will include:
18-holes of golf, shamble format
Beautiful clubhouse with spectacular views
EZ TEE synthetic driving range to warm-up
Bag drop and locker rooms
Continental breakfast
Lunch provided at on-course grilling stations
Reception buffet

About the Mary Ellen Golf Tournament
Mary Ellen Gasdaska provided the inspiration for the golf tournament. Mary Ellen was born in 1954 with spina bifida and 1956 her parents, Bill and Eleanor, turned to Easterseals for help. In appreciation for everything Easterseals did for Mary Ellen, Bill and three of his friends, Lou Mutarelli, Tony Esposito and John Puchalla, decided to hold a golf tournament with all the proceeds benefiting Easterseals. That was 53 years ago!

For the past 28 years the golf tournament has been chaired by Tony Salvaggio, President and CEO of Computer Aid, Inc. Tony and his dedicated executive committee members work tirelessly to support Easterseals. In addition, volunteers from Computer Aid team up with Easterseals staff to take care of the tournament logistics.

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