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Cranford Chamber of Commerce to Host Barbecue and Golf Scholarship Benefit

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The event will be held at the Hyatt Hills Golf Complex in Clark on Friday, May 19. Credits: Susan R. Bonnell
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CRANFORD, NJ – The Cranford Area Chamber of Commerce will host its first Glow Golf and BBQ Dinner to benefit the Cranford High School senior scholarship fund.

The event includes a barbeque dinner followed by a nine-hole golf game with glow-in-the-dark golf balls. There will also be a putting contest and raffles.

“The Chamber of Commerce is committed to provide Cranford Seniors graduating from high school with scholarships to help further their education,” Dottie Baniewicz, executive director of the CACC, said. “It is the Chamber’s firm belief that by helping Cranford students achieve their educational goals, it will not only help the students and their families, but continue to benefit the town of Cranford as well.”

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The event will be held at the Hyatt Hills Golf Complex in Clark on Friday, May 19. The dinner begins at 6 p.m. and golfing will start at 8:30 p.m. Two golf balls will be provided to each golfer. The cost per golfer is $99 or $25 for dinner. To register, call the chamber at 908-272-6114 or go to www.cranford.com/chamber.

“This is your opportunity to enjoy a wonderful evening with friends, while supporting the scholarship fund,” Baniewicz said.

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