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Bonacci named HARC fundraiser chair

David Bonacci of Bonacci Architects of Utica and East Syracuse, N.Y., was named sponsorship chairperson of the HARCís Enabler Golf Open. He has served in this role for the past two years, helping HARC to secure over $44,000 in sponsor support.

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David Bonacci of Bonacci Architects, center, is welcomed as Sponsorship Chairperson of HARCís 2009 Enabler Golf Open. Those on hand from HARC to welcome David include, from left, Director of Finance Anthony Visconti, Special Events Director Tony Vennera, Bonacci, Executive Director Kevin Crosley, and Director of Community Relations and Fund Development Dominic Frank. (Photo submitted)
The Enabler Golf Open, one of HARCís highly successful fundraisers, will be held Monday, May 18, at the private Cedar Lake Club in Clayville. Proceeds will assist HARC in supporting unfunded programs for individuals with disabilities, such as Guardianship and Spirituality.

The Enabler Sponsorship Committee has designed sponsorship opportunities from the top level, a premiere sponsor at $5,000, down to lunch sponsors at $300. All levels allow for varying benefits such as advertising, signage, golfing privileges, event recognition and more.

Members of the 2009 Enabler Golf Planning Committee include John Ahern, David Bonacci, Andrew Cristman, Kevin Crosley, Dominic Frank, Mike Lamb, Frank Reid, Mike Schultz, Tony Vennera and Tony Visconti.

For more information on sponsorship or to golf in HARCís tournament, contact Tony Vennera, HARC director of special events, at 315-866-2920.

HARC employs over 400 full and part-time staff to provide quality care and meaningful work and life goals to over 600 participants. To learn more about HARC, and its mission to enable people with disabilities and others in the community to achieve full potential, visit www.herkimerarc.org.

 


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