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Peter Kromer, Mark Bryan, Katie Beyrer, Jim Travis (Photo by Charlene Wisnewski)
Posted: Thursday October 18, 2012, 8:25 AM
By Bergen.com

Care Plus Foundation hosted its first charitable golf outing on Monday at the exclusive White Beeches Golf and Country Club in Haworth.

"Our goal for this event is to bring together all levels of golfers on a fun-filled fall day of celebration and fundraising support for the valuable programs that Care Plus NJ provides for our community," said Care Plus Foundation chairperson Mary Ann Uzzi. "It’s an exclusive club with a beautiful course, plus a fabulous dinner venue. I know our friends and supporters are excited to attend."

White Beeches Golf and Country Club, named in honor of the beech trees that originally lined the course, was designed world-renowned golf course architect Walter J. Travis. As noted on their website, "White Beeches' championship design displays the subtlety, playability and beauty that was, and remains, the Walter J. Travis trademark." The Club has hosted many prestigious golf tournaments over the years.

The Care Plus Foundation is a supporting arm of Care Plus NJ was created with a mission to decrease the stigma of mental illness and pave the way to accessibility of care for those looking to seek help. As a 501c(3) non-profit organization, all donations are tax deductible in accordance with Federal and State regulations.

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