The 23rd Annual Charity Golf Tournament to benefit The Nashua Children’s Home was put on by the NH Home Builders Association of Greater Manchester and Nashua (GMNHBRA) and held at Passaconaway Country Club in Litchfield, NH on May 25. Attendees enjoyed 18 holes of golf, a cart, continental breakfast, a BBQ luncheon on the course, raffles, and prizes. TFMoran sponsored the ‘Straightest Drive’ hole. TFMoran Senior Project Manager Dan Blais attended with friends Nick Bullard and Kyle Sullivan (pictured left to right).
On September 29th, 2020, the NH Home Builders Association hosted their 22nd Annual Charity Golf Tournament. This year’s charity supports the Nashua Children’s Home in Nashua, NH. The Children’s Home provides residential programming, transitional living assistance, and educational services to children with educational disabilities.
The charitable event was held at the Passaconaway Country Club in Litchfield, NH. The tournament included a shotgun start with a scramble format, continental breakfast, lunch, giveaways, prizes, and more. TFMoran sent a foursome onto the course this year- Dylan Cruess, Galen Cruess, Dan Blais, and Doug Blais, finishing at 9 under par.
Thank you to NH Home Builders Association for supporting the needs of children in the community, and for putting on a great event!
The Greater Manchester-Nashua NH Home Builders Association held their 21st Annual Charity Golf Tournament on May 21, 2019 at Passaconaway Country Club in Litchfield. The golf tournament benefited Marguerite’s Place in Nashua, a transitional housing program for women and children in crisis. TFMoran was happy to support this great cause by sponsoring the tournament breakfast and signing up a foursome. Dan Blais, one of TFM’s Senior Project Managers, and a member of NHHBA, put the TFM team together:
(L to R) Dan Blais, Doug Blais, Eric Salovitch, and Dylan Cruess
The TFMoran team came in 4th place with a respectable score of -9. The course was windy but, it was a great day for golf. Dan won the straightest drive with the ball landing 17” from the line. Eric won closest to the pin on the air cannon hole landing the ball 7’ 6’’ away from the pin, which he says was “total luck”. And, when the pressure was on, the team counted on Dylan when they needed the clutch shots! Great job guys!
The tournament wrapped up with a delicious lunch and a chance to do some networking and relax after a fun morning of golf. Approximately 144 players participated – a Big Thanks to Lisa Bowman, the volunteers, sponsors and NHHBA for putting on another great event for a great cause!