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SI Chamber to Host a Twilight 9-Hole Golf Outing

Kristin Foye - June 16, 2017

Staten Island, NY, June 16, 2017 – The Staten Island Chamber of Commerce has refined the format of its traditional, all-day, 18-hole Annual Richard B. Irwin Memorial Golf Outing to a shorter Twilight 9-Hole Golf Outing. The Chamber’s revamped outing will take place on Tuesday, June 20, 2017 from 2:30 pm to 5:30 pm at Silver Lake Golf Course, followed by a casual cocktail party at nearby Casa Belvedere, with a buffet dinner after cocktails, and an opportunity to play bocce. 

Games at the golf outing include Closest to the Line and Longest Drive contests; a Hole in One challenge for a chance to win a motorcycle from Harley-Davidson of Staten Island; and the popular Beat the Intern contest. 

This year’s Chamber committee co-chairs are Mike Bloomfield, Tekie Geek and Christopher M. Lee, The Port Authority of NY & NJ. Committee members are Allen Bentson, Allen C. Bentson Insurance Agency; Ray Laursen, Country Awards & Custom Trophy; Glen Mancuso Allstate Insurance / Mancuso Agency; Richard Nichilo, Hand in Hand Real Estate; Rita Pirrone, New York Community Bank; Alan Poritz, Clean Swift Maintenance Inc.; Leonard Rampulla, Rampulla Associates Architects L.L.P.; Frank Scarangello, SCARAN; and Reba Sherman, Atlantic Business Products. 

WHO:  The Staten Island Chamber of Commerce

WHAT: Twilight 9-Hole Golf Outing 

WHEN: Tuesday, June 20, 2017. Golf Outing runs from 2:30 pm to 5:30 pm, followed by a casual cocktail party and buffet dinner. 

WHERE: Silver Lake Golf Course, 915 Victory Blvd, Staten Island, NY 10301 and Casa Belvedere, 79 Howard Avenue, Staten Island NY, 10301

Richard B. Irwin – A Tribute
The career and community service of Richard B. Irwin spanned 30 years as the chief executive of the Staten Island Chamber of Commerce. The Chamber’s stellar reputation as a beacon for business issues and community outreach were directly related to Irwin’s devotion to the community he loved. His philosophy was as much about “the business of living” and “getting along” as it was the business of the Chamber. Intelligent and professional, Irwin possessed a mischievous sense of humor and infectious smile that put all at ease. Irwin set standards of excellence, dedication, and humanity for the Chamber and acted as a mentor, teacher, and friend to everyone he knew. He was a tireless advocate for Staten Island, and his legacy is still being lived out today in all aspects of the Chamber and its mission to serve.

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