2017 Events

2017 Jack Crago Memorial Golf Outing

The Harrisburg Parks Foundation would like to thank everyone who attended and/or contributed to the Jack Crago Memorial Golf Outing. Although Mother Nature didn’t cooperate the first time, the weather was gorgeous for our rescheduled date—a perfect day for golf! Over 50 golfers completed 18 holes of golf and additional guests attended dinner. Some previous guests that could not attend, sent gifts or donations. It is your participation that once again made this outing an overwhelming success.

Special thanks to our Gold Sponsors and all our Hole/Tee Sponsors as well as our host, Sportsmans Golf Course. Based on the chatter at dinner it was very clear everyone enjoyed the course, food and beverage, which is very important to the Harrisburg Parks Foundation. We also want thank all the volunteers that helped out with set up, lunch, registration, selling tickets and much more! To those of you who were unable to attend this year we understand and missed you. Look forward to seeing you all at next year’s Golf Outing in August 2018.

Please keep all our sponsors in mind as you shop and dine in the Harrisburg area.
Thank you all again and have a great, safe Fall!

Jack Crago Memorial Golf Outing Sponsors:

GOLD SPONSORS-Michael Baker International, The Estate of Jack Crago, Dauphin County Commissioner George P. Hartwick III, Pinnacle Health and UGI.

HOLE SPONSORS-A+ Teachers, Abel Personnel, Joe Bedard Fund, H. Edward Black & Associates, The Civic Club of Harrisburg, Joyce Davis & Russell Goodman, The Foundation for Enhancing Communities, Gilbert Physical Therapy, Peggy A. Grove Enterprises, Harrisburg Downtown Improvement District, Tom Herman, Mid Penn Bank, Marti & Jerry Morrison, PA Housing Finance Agency, PPL, Red Door Consignment Gallery, Rita’s Italian Ice, Rosewein Realty Inc., Alyce & Morton Spector, Robin & Jeb Stuart, Sysco, Ted’s Bar & Grill Midtown, Utz, Water Golf on CIty Island, W.C. Eshenaur & Son, INC, Rebecca Kierski and Georgia Wisyanski

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