Another Successful Event at Falkirk Estate and Country Club Helps SUNY Orange Foundation Support Students

MIDDLETOWN, N.Y. – The SUNY Orange Foundation’s annual golf outing, held June 18 at Falkirk Estate and Country Club in Central Valley, netted $36,705 for the College's scholarship fund, bringing total support for scholarships to more than $635,000 over the event’s 17-year history.

Seventy-two golfers registered for the event, held for the fifth successive year at the Falkirk course. Ralph Martucci, who has been a member of the Foundation’s Golf Committee since the event’s inception, once again served as chair ot the committee for this year’s outing.

In addition, new SUNY Orange President Dr. Kristine Young visited with the golfers in the morning while experiencing her first "Golfing for Scholarships" event.

PHOTO: Golfing for Scholarships

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The SUNY Orange Foundation’s 2015 “Golfing for Scholarships” event at the Falkirk Estate and Country Club on June 18 netted $36,705 for the College’s scholarship fund. In the event’s 17-year history, the Foundation has generated more than $635,000. This past year, the SUNY Orange Foundation distributed nearly $300,000 in scholarships to help students defray the cost of tuition and books. New SUNY Orange president, Dr. Kristine Young (center) chatted with the golfers prior to their round. Young, who began her tenure at the College on June 8, is pictured with Vinnie Cazzetta (left), SUNY Orange vice president for institutional advancement and executive director of the Foundation; and Ralph Martucci, chair of the Foundation’s golf committee. (photo by Mike Albright)


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