Fourteenth Annual Golf Tourney on the horizon

Community Caregivers is pleased to announce its 14th annual golf tourney scheduled for Monday, June 11. It will be held at Pinehaven Country Club at 1151 Siver Rd. in Guilderland.

This new venue for the Community Caregivers’ tournament boasts a renovated clubhouse and a new food caterer, the Illium Café. Owners Marla and Brian Ortega will be offering a box lunch, cocktail hour, and buffet dinner.  

Community Caregivers extends many thanks to its major sponsors: Adirondack Environmental Services Inc., Berkshire Bank, The Pharmaceutical Research and Manufacturers of America, Ayco Charitable Foundation, the American Association of Retired Persons, and Albany Medical Center. Hole-in-one sponsors are The Lia Auto Group, Market 32 by Price Chopper, and the Northway Golf Center.

In addition, there will be a raffle and silent auction with items donated by local businesses and individuals. Pinehaven Country Club has donated a house membership, which includes 36 holes of golf a month (excluding primary time on weekends), unlimited use of practice facilities, a full pool membership, and a $75-a-month food minimum through the end of the 2018 golf season.

Other items include a $250 gift card to Towne TV, a day at Saratoga Race Track with a clubhouse box, and a one-night weekend stay at the Renaissance Hotel in Albany.

Players will tee off at 10:30 a.m. in a scramble format with team handicaps. There will be longest-drive and closest-to-the-pin contests for both men and women.

The price per golfer is $150, with cocktails and dinner only at $60.

The deadline for registration is Wednesday, May 30.  For further information visit, or call 518-456-2898.


Community Caregivers Inc. is a not-for-profit organization that provides non-medical services including transportation and caregiver support at no charge to residents of Guilderland, Bethlehem, Altamont, New Scotland, Berne, Knox, and the city of Albany through a strong volunteer pool of dedicated individuals with a desire to assist their neighbors.

Our funding is derived in part from the Albany County Department for Aging, the New York State Office for the Aging, and the United States Administration on Aging. To find out more about our services, as well as volunteer opportunities, please visit or call us at 518-456-2898.

Editor’s note: Linda Miller is the Outreach and Education coordinator for Community Caregivers.