MCC Daily Tribune Archive

Golfers Open Doors to a College Education


MCC students will benefit from new scholarships and learning opportunities thanks to the 108 golfers who participated in the Monroe Community College Foundation’s 26th annual Scholarship Open on July 12 at Monroe Golf Club. The tournament netted $77,448, marking an 8 percent increase over last year and a new tournament record.

Following the scramble tournament, tournament co-chair Jack Cannon, chief executive officer, Cannon Industries, Inc. and director, MCC Foundation Board, acknowledged the 36 tournament sponsors, including six new participating companies.

Rochester Broadway Theatre League President Don Jeffries, an MCC alumnus, led the event’s live scholarship call. Nineteen new scholarships, named for corporate and individual donors, were established at the event. In addition, 10 scholarships were made possible by underwriting commitments made prior to the tournament.

Fellow MCC Foundation Director Jeff Davis, president, Elmer W. Davis, Inc., co-chaired the tournament with Cannon. Lead underwriters included ADMAR Supply, Cannon Industries, Inc., DiMarco Constructors, M/E Engineering, M&T Bank, MWI, Inc. Parrone Engineering, SWBR Architects and Seneca Data. 

The 27th annual Scholarship Open is planned for July 2011.

2010 Scholarship Open Tournament Results:

First Place

Low Gross (62) M&T Bank foursome: John Bartolotta, Dan Burns, Dan Hogan, Bill Sentiff 

Low Net (65) Kenron Industrial Air Conditioning, Inc. foursome: Al Broccuto, Jim LeBeau, Ronald Maier, Rick Schickler


Second Place

Low Gross (62) The Buckley Group foursome: Pete Buckley, Joe DiPasquale, Ken Malcho, Joe Verdi

Low Net (63) Croop LaFrance foursome: Matt Bennage, David Croop, Rich Smith, Eric Taylor


Longest Drive: John Smith and Debbie Culeton


Closest to the Pin: Tom Flynn and Tiffany Kleehamer

Renee St. Louis
MCC Foundation
07/16/2010