PITTSTON — The Care and Concern Golf Committee recently met to present a $25,000 check to the Care and Concern Free Health Clinic staff. The committee was led by Tom Medico, honorary chair. The tournament was held at Emanon Country Club in Falls and hosted 140 players. Monies raised through this tournament will be used to help cover the cost of diagnostic services and medications for patients of the clinic who have no health insurance.
At the check presentation were committee members, from left, first row, Paula Connors; Dr. John Callahan, clinic medical director; Gloria Blandina, clinic director; Mary Rossi. Second row, Angelo Montante, LSW, clinic staff; Jim Blandina; Msgr. John J. Bendik, pastor; Tom Medico, honorary golf chairman; Richard Amico; Didge Connors. Absent for the photo were: Bill Joyce; Carmen and Bernie (RN) Ambrosino; Jim Andruskiewicz; Carl Witkowski and Eric Bleiler.
Members of the Ambrosino family, from left, Nathan, Carmen, Derek and Carmen, participated in the Care and Concern Golf Tournament held at Emanon Country Club.
Participating in the Care and Concern Golf Tournament are, from left, Andy Barilla Sr., Tom Medico, Andy Barilla Jr., and Pete Crynes.
Enjoying a day of golf at the Emanon Country Club during the Care and Concern golf tournament are from left, Bill Burke, Jim Rooney, Joe Heffers, Frank Casserella.
Participating in a day of golf to benefit the Care and Concern Free Health Clinic are, from left, Ray Wasko, Margaret Grimes, Mary Ann and Joe Argenio.
Golfing for a good cause at the Care and Concern golf tournament are, from left, Charlie Shandra, Charlie Dominick, Sam Marranca, Ross Scarantino.
Information provided by Gloria Blandina.