Benedictine’s charity golf tourney raises $45K
QUEENSTOWN — The Benedictine Foundation hosted its annual Benedictine Charity Golf Classic on Friday, Oct. 13, at Queenstown Harbor, drawing nearly 100 golfers and raising more than $45,000.
Funds raised directly support the Ridgely based nonprofit’s mission to help children and adults with developmental disabilities achieve their greatest potential.
“The success of this event is all thanks to the generous support of our sponsors and players,” said Barry Smale, Benedictine Foundation director. “Special events like this help support the purchase of adaptive school technologies and better fund our adult services community
“There are more factors you need to take into consideration,” Marra said.
Commission Vice President Larry Porter said the county needed to look further into the state approval process before finalizing and enacting the ordinance.
“We need to clarify what the county can mandate in terms of number of acres for one project,” Porter said.
“Two months (of an extended moratorium) should be enough, with everything brought to light, to do more research,” said President Dan Franklin.
More than 30 players prepare to take their shot at the putting contest Oct. 13 during the 2017 Benedictine Charity Golf Classic at Queenstown Harbor in Queenstown.
Out of more than 20 teams, Robert Demske, Nick Stanisic, James Roberts and Bob Lloyd were members of the winning foursome Oct. 13 during the 2017 Benedictine Charity Golf Classic hosted at Queenstown Harbor Golf Course in Queenstown.