STAMFORD, Conn. – Limited space is still available to play in the 16th Annual SilverSource golf outing scheduled to take place Monday, May 23 at Rockrimmon Country Club in Stamford.
Participants will enjoy a beautiful and challenging Robert Trent Jones course while competing for coveted awards and prizes. The day begins with a pre-tournament brunch beginning at 10:30 a.m. followed by a shotgun start at noon.
The fun continues with an après-golf reception, dinner and an auction led by Alan Kalter, announcer on the "Late Show With David Letterman." Sponsored by BLT/Harbor Point, First County Bank and Wells Fargo, the tournament raises funds for medical transportation and a housing stability fund for seniors in need.
This year’s tournament honors Paul and Patricia Kuehner. The couple was chosen because they exemplify what it means to support those in need. Paul, who serves as the president of Building and Land Technologies, together with his wife Patricia, are engaged in numerous charitable organizations from Stamford to Zambia. The Kuehners are longtime area residents, having grown up in New Canaan and are current Ridgefield residents.
“It’s golfing for a good cause,” said Kathleen Bordelon, executive director of SilverSource. “Funds raised will support the Ride to Wellness Medical Transportation Program, which provides affordable transportation to seniors’ medical and dental appointments and the Housing Stability Fund, which helps to keep older adults in their homes and avoid homelessness. Plus, it’s a really fun day, and we’re thrilled to have Alan Kalter leading our auction. As the voice of The Late Show with David Letterman for just about 20 years, it should be a very entertaining evening.”
Individual tickets are priced at $300 and foursomes are available for $1,000. Click here or call 203-324-6584 for tickets and sponsorship opportunities.
SilverSource, formerly known as Senior Services of Stamford, was founded in 1908. It is an independent, nonprofit organization that provides information, financial support and other services that positively improve the quality of life for people over age 60 while serving as a resource center and referral source for older adults and their families.