in cooperation with
PUTNAM NATIONAL GOLF COURSE
MAHOPAC, NEW YORK
Where Your Dollars Go…
- Awards presented annually to youth sports in recognition of excellence in sportsmanship, community service, and athletic accomplishment
- Improvements at town and school ballfields (e.g., spectator seating and field upgrades)
- Recreation opportunities for local teens
- Support of performing arts programs
- Support of anti-abuse outreach programs
- And more… we welcome recommendations for donations to worthy local causes and organizations!
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Sponsor a Hole and/or Play Golf — Same Price for Each! $125
FOR HOLE SPONSORS…
- Sign is placed at tee box in full view of 100+ players
- You will be thanked in ad placed in local weekly newspapers
- You can order one (1) or more hole sponsor signs here
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- You can pay for one (1) or more golfers here > fee includes…
- 18 holes of golf
- 9 a.m. Shotgun
- Scramble format
- Hot breakfast
- Range balls
- On-course beverages
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Sponsor a Hole and/or Play Golf — Same Price for Each $125
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Harrison Apar Field of Dreams Foundation
P.O. Box 1383
Yorktown Heights, NY 10598-1967
AND, OF COURSE, We Welcome Donations in Any Amount
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‘Dreams Do Not Come Easily, But If you Stretch
Enough, Nothing Is Out of Reach’
(Harrison Apar, speaking to classmates at middle school graduation)
Knowing he never would sink a basket,
Harrison — born with a rare form of dwarfism —
played basketball for YAC…
and nobody had more fun than him.
Harrison always gave his all, even when rappelling up a wall, with his 7th grade classmates encouraging him, at a middle school retreat in Frost Valley.
A petition with 1,200 signatures, distributed by two seventh graders, moved the Yorktown Parks and Recreation Commission to break with precedent by naming, for the first time, a public space after a child. Parks commissioner Richard Huffield proposed that a plaque be installed to tell Harrison’s inspiring story to future generations of Yorktown families.
At the field dedication in September 2003, the American flag hoisted had been flown over the U.S. Capitol the week before, in tribute to Harrison, at the request of Congresswoman Sue Kelly.