HUNTINGTON, N.Y.--(BUSINESS WIRE)--Cold Spring Country Club (http://www.coldspringcc.org) is hosting a major fund raising dinner for members and guests on Friday, August 22 to support the Wounded Warrior Project and honor club veterans.
The event features entertainment, donated by ESP, and speakers from the Wounded Warrior Project. The club is donating all services so all of the proceeds go to the Wounded Warrior Project (WWP).
“As a club we are proud to support the Wounded Warrior Project,” said club president Dr. Mark Dobriner. “It is an opportunity for us to give back to those men and women who have sacrificed so much for our country’s freedom and security.”
The Wounded Warrior Project (http://woundedwarriorproject.org) provides 19 programs specifically structured to engage warriors, nurture their minds and bodies and encourage their economic empowerment.
“In 2011 we raised more than $60.000 for the WWP,” explained event chairman Michael Lissauer. “Our goal is to surpass this amount with myriad activities this year.” In addition to the benefit dinner, the club, with the assistance of Jim Weiss, Director of Golf, is partnering with Caddy for a Cure (http://caddyforacure.com) to auction off the opportunity to caddy for Henrick Stenson, the #3 ranked golfer in the world, at the upcoming Barclays Championship. Thanks to the generosity of Lexus of Smithtown, the club is also holding a hole-in-one contest at it’s annual Labor Day guys and dolls event and a silent auction.
Cold Spring Country Club is a private club featuring a spectacular Seth Raynor designed 18-hole golf course and prestigious catering services.