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Golf Outing Benefits Support Connection Services

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GARRISON, N.Y. – The 12th annual golf outing to benefit services offered by Support Connection, a Yorktown-based charity that provides support to women battling breast and ovarian cancer, was held Wednesday, June 14, at The Garrison Golf Club in Garrison.

At the event, Support Connection paid tribute to honoree Zef Camaj, branch manager and associate real estate broker at the Yorktown office of Houlihan Lawrence. Support Connection also gave special thanks to its business sponsors Merrill Lynch–The Gorman Group and Merrill Lynch–Bank of America, and hole-in-one sponsor, Croton Auto Park.

At the reception, there were awards, golfer prizes, a silent auction, 50/50 raffles and more.

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For more information, contact Support Connection at 914-962-6402 or info@supportconnection.org.

All photos by Tabitha Pearson Marshall

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