2019 Annual Golf Outing
On Monday, June 10th, ONSF, in conjunction with Greenwich Hospital, held its
11h Annual Golf Outing at the outstanding Stanwich Club in Greenwich, CT.
Despite slightly inclement weather, golfers enjoyed lunch on the terrace followed by a round of golf. In the evening, non-golfing friends and other supporters joined golfers for cocktails, auctions and a dinner reception. DJ Anthony Radice served as MC and the New Regulars band performed to the delight of guests.
Within the realm of our mission, this partnership provided an outstanding golf experience to specifically benefit ONSF clinical research, medical education and community outreach programs all of which substantially improve patient treatment and care while enhancing healthy, active living. Utilizing its research skills, ONSF continues a major initiative Unraveling the Opioid Epidemic in Post-Surgical Patients and will work diligently to resolve this significant problem that affects a very sizable group of the population.
Michael Clain, MD, Adam Ercoli, Rich Granoff and Vicki Leeds Tananbaum chaired the event and were assisted by Golf Captain Chair, Jeff Mendell and Auction Chair, Amy Sethi. A dedicated Auction committee and generous supporters made it possible for ONSF to offer sensational auction items! From vacations to a Watson’s cocktail party for 20 guests, from a weekend drive in an Aston-Martin DB11 Volante to dinners at Terra, Mediterraneo and East End, from an authentic baseball autographed by Aaron Judge to a private guided tour of Arthur Avenue, from a NY Yankees Youth Experience to private Chefs’ dinners in your home, from rounds of golf at the most prestigious clubs to dinners for two at Cipriani, from NY experience to NY Giants tickets there was something for everyone.
Major sponsors included Constitution Surgery Centers, POINT 72, Greenwich Hospital, Serendipity, Susan and Robert Klein, Greentree Toyota Danbury, Horseneck Wine and Spirits,
Cynthia and Richard Koppelman, Miller Motorcars, Watson’s Catering and many other generous businesses and individuals. Over $250,000 was raised.