Golf Tournament

In fine weather, golfers can play golf at the Atkinson Resort & Country Club on Monday June 11th for the 18th annual Merrimack Valley Credit Union Charity Golf Tournament. This tornament has raised over $ 20,000 this year for Merrimack Valley Charities, the Merrimack Valley Credit Union (MVCU) charitable fundraising event.

The players’ field got in touch with the start of the shot at 13:30. They took the course stopping to compete, including On Green, Longest Path, Closest to a Pin, and Hole in One.

Players returned for dinner, where 92.5 The River host Crozby led the party. The golfers were approached by Peter Matthews, President and CEO of MVCU, and watched a video that highlights just a few of the nonprofits that MV Charities support.

Golfers have had many opportunities to raise additional funds for charities across the Merrimack Valley. Many participated in the draw where they could win prizes such as Phantom Gourmet Gift Cards, Visa and American Express Gift Cards, and many other items that were gifted. A quiet auction featured some popular items, including a couple of tickets to the Eagles at TD Garden, Red Sox tickets, and a bottle of Arias wine autographed by David Ortiz.

The collected money will be distributed to non-profit organizations throughout the Merrimack Valley. MVCU and MV Charities contribute annually to over 60 community organizations, including those dedicated to ending homelessness, feeding the hungry, treating childhood illnesses, supporting local veterans, and providing scholarships.

The event was sponsored by over 40 organizations, including: Synergent Tournament Sponsor; Platinum Sponsor Fred S. Church; Gold Sponsors ABCorp-CCS, Association of Cooperative Credit Unions, Cummins Allison Corp, Delano Financial Management, Big Lawrence Family Health Center and Arthur J. Broadhurst Law Office; and Silver Sponsors Co-Op Financial Services, CU Auto Advisors, EasCorp, Jeanne D’Arc Credit Union, State National Companies, Tomlinson & Hatch, LLC, Vertifi and Meridian Link / Lending QB.