STAMFORD, Conn. -- SilverSource, Inc. will hold its 16th annual charity golf outing on Monday, May 23 at Rockrimmon Country Club in Stamford.
The organization, formerly known as Senior Services of Stamford, is holding the tournament to raise funds for the Ride to Wellness Medical Transportation Program and the Housing Stability Fund.
This year’s event will honor Paul and Patricia Kuehner. Paul, who serves as the president of Building and Land Technologies, together with his wife Patricia are engaged in numerous charitable activities from Stamford to Zambia, where they are active in the ongoing success of an orphanage.
“The annual golf tournament is a fun day for everyone, and also an opportunity to make a real difference,” said Karen M. Kelly, SilverSource Board chair. “Funds raised at the tournament support efforts that combat two of the top challenges facing lower income older adults: the Ride to Wellness transportation program promotes healthy aging by ensuring safe affordable transportation to medical and dental appointments. The Housing Stability Fund prevents homelessness through crucial programming.”
The day gets underway with a pre-tournament brunch and registration at 10:30 a.m. and the tournament begins with a shotgun start at noon.
Foursomes may enter at a cost of $1,000 and individuals may register at a cost of $300. Sponsorship packages are also available. Rockrimmon Country Club, with its course originally designed by renowned golf course architect Robert Trent Jones, is located at 2949 Long Ridge Road. To register, visit https://silversourcegolf2016.eventbrite.com/
“The golf outing is our annual 'drive' for older adults,” said Kathleen Bordelon, executive director of SilverSource. “Our driver may be more popular than Big Bertha, because he shows up in the SilverSource car and gets people to their appointments on time. It’s golfing for a good cause, and we invite everyone to join us this year in honoring Paul and Patricia because they exemplify what it means to support those in need with compassion, dedication, and commitment to helping those who need it most.”