NORTH ADAMS, Mass. — Berkshire Family and Individual Resources (BFAIR) held its annual Community Day and Miniature Golf fundraiser on Saturday, Sept. 11 at The Range. Some 200 friends, families and community partners attended the event with more than 80 golfers playing in the miniature golf tournament.
According to Rich Weisenflue, BFAIR’s Executive Director, the day was a success. “The fundraiser accomplished all of our goals. It was well-attended by a wonderful cross section of our community, was enjoyable for all who participated while raising funds which will be used to enhance the quality of services offered by BFAIR.”
The mini-golf tournament was sponsored by Greylock Federal Credit Union; Silver Level sponsors Main Street Stage, Batey Libertad, AFC and Bronze sponsor True North. The winners of the miniature golf tournament were:
1st place winner: Adam Burdick and Austin Sumner
2nd place winner: Don Kuczarski and Lisa Kuczarski
3rd place winner: Matt Trombley and Bobby Satori
“The entire fundraiser was a success thanks to everyone who came out and supported BFAIR. Thank you to our sponsors, golfers, and employees for their time and effort to help us raise the monies to support all our programs,” announced Christina Barrett, BFAIR’s Board Chairperson.
BFAIR is a non-profit organization providing full services of adult day, residential, family, employment, recreation, clinical and foster care services for people with developmental disabilities, and acquired brain injury and clinical services for children with autism.
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