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Tournament support club’s ‘community centered focus’

One hundred four golfers teed it up on a beautiful sunny June 13 in the 43rd annual Bethlehem Boys & Girl’s Club golf tournament held at the Steel Club in Hellertown.

One of the two largest annual fundraisers for the club, proceeds benefit the over 400 club members and help with building character, providing a positive atmosphere and developing life skills.

“We’re taking more of a community centered focus and bridging the gap between home and school for the families that need us most,” said Winston Alozie, the club’s executive director.

Alozie also thanked all golfers and sponsors for their support, singling out former board president Tom Hall and his wife Karin for their continuing role as a major sponsor.

The Boys and Girls Club of Bethlehem is located at 1430 Fritz Drive in northeast Bethlehem.


1st Flight

• 1st Place – Richard Fulop, Daniel Fulop, Ben Kneibel, Dennis Kern

• 2nd Place – Donny Dauphin, Tracey Elliot, Kyle Merring, Brad Moyer

• 3rd Place – Jim JeBran, Tom JeBran, Bob Santo, Frank Teti

2nd Flight

• 1st Place – Dylan Stroup, Brader Butz, Frankie West, Robbie Robinson

• 2nd Place – Ty Huffman, Sean Culver, Mark Daniels, Tim Cunningham

• 3rd Place – Donald Outing, Paul Heiney

3rd Flight

• 1st Place – Larry Shea, John Malloy, Greg Martin, Paul Coleman

• 2nd Place – Donna Taggart, Tara McBrearty, Jeff Hartney, Erik Walck

• 3rd Place – Mark Hartney, Paul Eichman, Mario Stuart, Andre Pogue

Closest to the pin

• Richard Fulop, Walt Pfeil, Tom Tyson

Longest drive

• Men – Kyle Merring

• Women – Shelby Eichenlaub

Boys and Girls Club staff and volunteers check in a group of golfers.
Golfers David John and Colin Butryn place their raffle chances on items they'd like to win.
Long-time supporters of the Boys & Girls Club, Frankie West, Robbie Robinson and Eric Stone, chat under the clubhouse patio tent prior to teeing off.
Golfers take time for some last-minute putting practice in front of the Steel Clubhouse.
PRESS PHOTOS BY DANA GRUBB Golfers in their carts snake across the course to the respective holes at the start.
James Keating's putt looks good at the 18th hole.
The foursome of Craig Dillon, James Keating, William Lo and Matt Burns played on behalf of one of the tournament sponsors, Crystal Steel Fabricators.