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Golf Benefit 

2020

The 24th Annual Sea Island Habitat for Humanity Golf Benefit was a huge success, with 76 golfers in the field. We'd like to thank our presenting sponsor, the Kelly Family Foundation, as well as Kiawah Island Club for being such a gracious host at their Cassique Course. Most importantly, thanks to everyone who chipped in, your support helped build an affordable home for a deserving family.

Thank you to our committee:

Gail Kavanaugh (chair)

Liz Devens 

Thank you also to our sponsors:

Presenting Sponsor

Kelly Family Foundation

 

Foundation Sponsors

Dolphin Architects

McKay Kiddy

Bill and Pat Greubel

Doug and Terri Pauls

Roof Sponsors

John & Virginia Termine

Ann Edwards

On Par

Charles and Brenda Larsen

Alex & Benny Tumbleston

Hole Sponsors

Chris and Bill Sudell

Victor Agusta

McDaniel Family Foundation

Judy & Pete Hubbard

Lone Chimney Farm

Ledford's Termite and Pest Control

South Carolina 811

Mary Beth Dacey

Builders FirstSource

Jock & Barbara Vincentsen

Peper Law Firm

Sunrise Bistro

This year's winning teams were:

Women's 1st Gross: Sue Dostal, Margery Huntington, Mary Moore, Misty Wise

Women's 1st Net: Susan Ferland, Flo Gilson, Pat Greubel, Julie McCulloch

Women's Straightest Drive: Julie McCulloch

Women's Closest to the Pin: Katy Goodrich 13' 10"

Men's 1st Gross: Chris Kerr, Henry Wilson, Michael Gorski, Don Critzman

Men's 1st Net: Darrin Connell, Mike Garrett, Sonny Joyner, Adam Morrow

 

Men's Straightest Drive: Brett Fodiman

Men's Closest to the Pin: Scott Strohmeyer 4'7" 

Our deepest thanks to everyone for a fun day and successful fundraiser!! 

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Families who partner with us build their own homes alongside volunteers, pay an affordable mortgage and are grateful for your help.
Sea Island
Habitat for Humanity

Main Office

2545 Bohicket Road

Johns Island, SC 29455

ReStore

3304 Maybank Highway

Johns Island, SC 29455

Email: info@seaislandhabitat.org

Main Office: (843) 768-0998

Restore: (843) 559-4009

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