A major congratulations are in order for the 2018 winners of Libenu’s Annual Kiddush Cup Golf Outing! This year’s outing was held on August 20th at the Ravinia Green Country Club.
In its fourth year, the Libenu Kiddush Cup Golf Outing has been a staple for those who enjoy having a great time for a great cause. This year, not even the rain could dampen the enthusiasm for or stop our golfers from enjoying the fantastic game, spending time with friends, and supporting Libenu.
Mazel Tov to the:
First Place Team
Nesanel Davis, Michael Radek, and Ryan Spaulding
Second Place Teams (there was a tie!)
Scott Gelman, Phillip Wolf, Michael Brand
Mitch Dayan, Bruce Sanders, Larry Camras, Mike Rosenberg
“Closet to the Pin” winner
“Longest Drive” winner
“Longest Putt” winner
“Obviously had the Best Time” award went to the following individuals that, for all we know, may still be on the golf course (did anyone actually see them leave the country club?): Ami Robinson, Dov Robinson, Josh Legum, David Berkowitz, Efraim Vilenski, and Marc Halpert.
Heartfelt thanks to our generous sponsors: AMG Realty Group; Ashman and Stein; BDO; Cigary; Cornerstones Autism Services; David Crawford and D2 Realty; Deja Views; Fidelity Capital Management LLC; Greystone Associates; Gutnicki LLP; Ken’s Diner; Lee and Associates; Marcum Accountants and Advisors; Milt’s Barbeque; Range Savers; Robinson Financial Group; Rubin Law; Shaparak Marketing; Symphony Post-Acute Care; Worthy Insurance; Wintrust Wealth Services; and Wells Fargo Advisors.
Plans are already underway for the 2019 Libenu Kiddush Cup Golf Outing, with expanded games and tournaments, so stay tuned! You won’t want to miss it.
Libenu is a 501 (c) 3 not-for-profit organization that works to address a critical shortage of community-based, person-centered services for individuals with intellectual and developmental disabilities in the Chicago North Shore community. Libenu’s mission is to provide residential, vocational, and respite opportunities that enable people with disabilities to live their best lives, with dignity and respect, as fully included members of the Jewish community. Libenu, from the Hebrew word meaning “Our Hearts,” reflects our heartfelt commitment to making the world a better place for people with disabilities, their families, and the community.