DOMC’s 35th annual golf classic scores success at new locale
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DOMC’s 35th annual golf classic scores success at new locale

Pat Mucci Jr., left, selects the ticket for a 2015 Ford Mustang won by Gerard Donnelly at the Daughters of Miriam Golf Classic. Event co-chairs Andrew Kanter, Alex Fleysher, and Leslie Levine watch. (Courtesy DOMC)
Pat Mucci Jr., left, selects the ticket for a 2015 Ford Mustang won by Gerard Donnelly at the Daughters of Miriam Golf Classic. Event co-chairs Andrew Kanter, Alex Fleysher, and Leslie Levine watch. (Courtesy DOMC)

For 35 years, supporters have played in the annual Daughters of Miriam Center Golf Classic to raise money for the long-term care and rehabilitation facility. This year brought a new focus on raising money for Alzheimer’s and dementia care at DOMC/ Gallen Institute in Clifton. In addition, the August 31 event was at a new venue, the newly renovated Essex County Country Club.

In addition to a “million dollar shootout” sponsored by the Lewis Family Trust, prizes for four par-three holes, bulls-eye contest, and holes-in-one included cars, vacations, jewelry, and cash. Route 23 Auto Mall of Butler, Frank’s Truck Center of Lyndhurst, Fette Ford of Clifton, and Yanina & Co. of Cedar Grove donated hole-in-one prizes. Participants received a variety of gifts when they registered. The day included brunch, a cocktail hour on the new patio, and dinner. In addition, there were silent and live auctions

The event was staffed by many volunteers and overseen by chairs Karen Altman, Leslie Levine, and Gail Yamner.

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