Old Timers Athletic Association of Greenwich will hold their 56th annual Sports Awards Dinner on Friday, Nov. 11, at 6 p.m., at the Hyatt Regency Hotel in Greenwich.
Local honorees are Gerry Costello, Will Dunster, Bob Mata and Ed McGuinn. Each of these individuals has assisted the young men and women of the community to grow and mature through their participation in athletics. Honorees have helped literally thousands of young athletes to become productive, active members of their respective communities. National honorees to be announced.
Cost, at $150, includes steak dinner, open bar during cocktail reception, sports raffle and silent auction of sports memorabilia. Jacket and tie preferred.
For tickets, visit greenwicholdtimers.org. For seating information contact Jim Loughran at 203-223-0485 or email@example.com.
Returning customers that purchase a full table of ten (10) will have first priority for tickets and table locations. You can team up with a buddy to take two “Half Tables” too.
Upon confirmation of seating reservations, checks can be mailed payable to: “Greenwich Old Timers,” PO Box 558, Greenwich, CT 06836.
The Greenwich Old Timers Athletic Association’s mission is to contribute to youth sports and programs that use sport to augment their services. Monies raised as a result of the communities’ participation in the two fundraisers of the year (the Annual Sports Awards Dinner and the Branca Golf Tournament) will fund individual scholarships and provide financial assistance to local families’ children so they may participate in local athletic programs. To date, the Old Timers have awarded college scholarships to over 107 student-athletes and exceeded $1,400,000 in total contributions in support of local athletic programs and the student athletes of Greenwich.