Greenwich Old Timers holding its annual Sports Awards Dinner Nov. 1

The Greenwich Old Timers Athletic Association will be holding its 53rd Annual Sports Awards Dinner on Friday, Nov. 1 at 6 p.m. at the Hyatt Regency Hotel in Greenwich.

This year the Old Timers take enormous pleasure in announcing that Mookie Wilson and Bart Oates will be their National Honorees. Wilson played for the 1986 World Series Champion New York Mets, as well as with the Toronto Blue Jays. Oates played with the Super Bowl Champion New York Giants in 1986 and 1990, and San Francisco 49ers in 1994.

The Old Timers are equally pleased and excited to present its local honorees, as Mike Brown, Rick Margenot, Don Mohr and Ed Sinnott will be recognized.

Each of these individuals has assisted the young people in our community to grow and mature through their participation in athletics. Due to their efforts, the young men and women of our community have grown into productive, active members of society.

The Greenwich Old Timers Athletic Association’s mission, since it was founded in 1960, is to support and contribute to youth sports and programs that use sport to augment their services.

Monies raised as a result of the communities participation in the Annual Awards Dinner and the Branca Golf Tournament will help fund individual scholarships, as well as to support programs held at the Boys and Girls Club of Greenwich, Greenwich youth basketball, football and baseball leagues, Greenwich High School Athletic events and teams, the Greenwich YMCA sports programs, as well as many other local organizations.

For further information regarding tickets and seating, contact Griff Harris or Mary Gabriel at 203-869-9200 or by email at [email protected]

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