Bethlehem Press

Tuesday, September 17, 2019
Victory House board member Kathy Lentz reviews contests, games and prizes with golfer Glenn Reibman at the registration table. Victory House board member Kathy Lentz reviews contests, games and prizes with golfer Glenn Reibman at the registration table.
Putting in unison, these three golf classic participants practiced before the tournament kicked off. Putting in unison, these three golf classic participants practiced before the tournament kicked off.
The 10 a.m. shotgun start has foursomes heading out to their starting holes on the Green Pond Country Club course. The 10 a.m. shotgun start has foursomes heading out to their starting holes on the Green Pond Country Club course.
press photos by dana grubbMatt Schlegel, Peter Himmelwright, Austin Recker and Nick Rizzoto pose prior to teeing off on the first hole. press photos by dana grubbMatt Schlegel, Peter Himmelwright, Austin Recker and Nick Rizzoto pose prior to teeing off on the first hole.
Bethlehem resident Carmelo Alicia tees off on the first hole. Alicia said it was his third year playing in the event. Bethlehem resident Carmelo Alicia tees off on the first hole. Alicia said it was his third year playing in the event.

Tee time for Victory

Monday, July 8, 2019 by Dana Grubb Special to the Bethlehem Press in Local News

The Victory House annual charity golf classic was played at the Green Pond Country Club June 3 with 96 golfers participating. It marked the 13th annual golfing fundraiser to supports the emergency shelters programs at its Southside Bethlehem facility. Executive Director Pat DiLuzio said $120,000 has been raised to date to support the general operating budget, and expected to raise $10,000 from the 2019 classic which will be applied to the purchase and installation of an emergency generator. In addition to the golf camaraderie, participants enjoyed a continental breakfast, hot dog and beverage, and a family style dinner.