It’s going to be a field day (both on and off the green)
and an exciting evening
at the Jewish Home’s

Monday, May 22, 2017
Lake Merced Golf Club
2300 Junipero Serra Blvd., Daly City

Appreciation for Anniversary Sponsor

Through The Roy & Lynne Frank Family Philanthropic Fund, Lynne Frank Page, along with her husband, Ron Page, are once again a major sponsor of the tournament. We raise our golf clubs and extend our heartfelt thanks for their ongoing support of our fundraising event!

Early birds can get birdies, especially with prep by a pro

Gather on the green at 10:00 a.m. for the back-by-popular demand Morning Golf Clinic, led by Josh Zander, Golf Magazine Top 100 Instructor and two-time Northern California PGA Teacher of the Year for 2003 and 2015. This is a great opportunity to learn with a leading figure in the game!

Awesome live auction

Following evening cocktails and dinner, our live auction gets underway with auctioneer extraordinaire Abra Annes, who will once again get us going with her “Going … going … gone!” There’ll be items for every taste and wish list. And every dollar raised benefits the residents of the Jewish Home. So please be sold on the request to bid high and bid generously!

Smashing sponsorship opportunities

A number of event sponsorship opportunities are up for grabs. As in years past, all sponsors are listed on the Jewish Home’s website and receive continuing recognition in golf tournament materials. There’s day-of-the-event recognition on the course and at that evening’s dinner, which is attended by approximately 200 people. As an added bonus, tournament sponsors are invited to participate in the day of golf, followed by the dinner and auction, or to attend the stand-alone dinner and auction event. Please contact Cyndi Kahn, Special Events Officer, at 415.469.2137 or, for more information about these great sponsorship opportunities. We look forward to hearing from sponsors by February 25 to ensure inclusion in all event materials.

Tournament Chair

Peter A. Pollat, M.D., Tournament Chair

Tournament Committee

  • Tom Adams
  • Benjamin Anixter
  • Joanne Bernstein
  • Marian and Allan Byer
  • Shirley and Benjamin Eisler
  • Marcia Eisner
  • Benjamin Friend
  • Donny A. Friend
  • Milt Greenfield
  • Drew Greenspan
  • William Greenspan
  • Scott Montgomery
  • Alan Schneider
  • Steven Shakin
  • Jake Shemano
  • Jason Sills

2017 Tournament Sponsors

As of April 20, 2017

Thank you, tournament sponsors, for continuing a tradition of caring at the Jewish Home!

Anniversary Sponsor

Reception Sponsor

Dinner Sponsor

Ron & Lynne Frank Page

Ron & Lynne Frank Page

Benefactor Sponsors

Patron Sponsors

Tee Sponsors

Scenes from the 22nd Annual Golf Tournament,
Dinner & Auction – May 16, 2016

Golf Tournament, Dinner and Auction
Support the Home. As a non-profit, the Home relies on the community to maintain its high levels of care and services.
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