Dozens Of Golfers Support BBF’s Mission In Annual Fundraiser

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By Kaitlyn Nuebel

Golfers putting at Fox Chapel Country Club June 20 weren’t just shooting for par. Brother’s Brother Foundation’s 2nd Annual Golf Classic drew a total of 80 people to the course, where they supported the organization by playing 18 holes of golf in – thankfully – cool and dry weather.

In addition to playing Fox Chapel’s traditional 18 holes, players also competed in a putting contest. This year’s winning put, made by BBF Board Member Dr. Ngoc Thai, landed just 6 inches from the pin.

All proceeds from the event will go toward supporting Brother’s Brother Foundation’s mission to bridge the gap between aid and sustainability in underserved communities locally and abroad. Last year’s Golf Classic, hosted in partnership with the Blood Science Foundation, supported BBF’s Mobile Health Clinic, which recently launched in Braddock, PA, as well as a free diabetes screening clinic that took place on the North Side last fall.

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Lisa Kennedy, Wendy Mitchell, Courtney Borntraeger and Gayle Simpson pose for a photo on the green.

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Percy Jackson stands tall after hitting a good drive.

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By Kaitlyn Nuebel

Golfers putting at Fox Chapel Country Club June 20 weren’t just shooting for par. Brother’s Brother Foundation’s 2nd Annual Golf Classic drew a total of 80 people to the course, where they supported the organization by playing 18 holes of golf in – thankfully – cool and dry weather.

In addition to playing Fox Chapel’s traditional 18 holes, players also competed in a putting contest. This year’s winning put, made by BBF Board Member Dr. Ngoc Thai, landed just 6 inches from the pin.

All proceeds from the event will go toward supporting Brother’s Brother Foundation’s mission to bridge the gap between aid and sustainability in underserved communities locally and abroad. Last year’s Golf Classic, hosted in partnership with the Blood Science Foundation, supported BBF’s Mobile Health Clinic, which recently launched in Braddock, PA, as well as a free diabetes screening clinic that took place on the North Side last fall.

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Lisa Kennedy, Wendy Mitchell, Courtney Borntraeger and Gayle Simpson pose for a photo on the green.

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Percy Jackson stands tall after hitting a good drive.

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