Thank you for joining us!

On behalf of the Jewish Home’s board of trustees, I want to express my heartfelt thanks for your support of our 2017 Golf Tournament, Dinner, and Auction. This year marked the 23rd anniversary of this fundraising event. Its success would not be possible without you – our community supporters, vendors, friends – our Jewish Home family. With thanks to the generosity and caring of everyone involved, we raised more than $240,000, including $50,000 for the fund-a-need component, enabling us to provide the Jewish Home’s beauty salon with much-needed renovations and upgrades to equipment.

The near future promises to be extraordinarily exciting times for our Jewish Home family and community. We look forward to sharing the progress of our new construction project with you as, together, we move toward transforming the way in which care and services are delivered to the older adults and their family members/caregivers whom we are privileged to serve. Thank you, once again, for your enthusiastic support. – Daniel Ruth, President & CEO

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 May 26, 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


In-Kind Sponsors

Golf Tournament, Dinner and Auction
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