Ga’ash, ESRA team up for golf tournament

ESRA is an independent non-profit organization run by volunteers with the goal of helping integration of English-speaking families.

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November 27, 2014 00:50
Ga’ash Golf ESRA tournament winners

Ga’ash Golf ESRA tournament winners . (photo credit: PR)

 
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The Ga’ash Golf Club opened its gates to hold the 2014 ESRA charity tournament in memory of the late Linda Isaacs Playing a better-ball Stableford competition, the 48 golfers enjoyed the beautiful weather and perfectly prepared course.

Bradley Ellerine and Steven Weil took first place, followed by Leon Bennet and Daniel Moewik in second, with Mimi and Mike Bannister taking third place. Rounding out the awards, Gary Bell took home the nearest-to-the-pin prize.

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Tournament organizer Dudley Kessel ended the day at the prize giving ceremony by thanking Ga’ash Golf CEO Gili Peleg for hosting the tournament, as well as Renie Goldstein for helping organize the event. Kessel also remembered Linda Isaacs many years of volunteering for ESRA and organizing the golf tournament.

ESRA is an independent non-profit organization run by volunteers with the goal of helping integration of English-speaking families and new immigrants by providing social, cultural, educational and civic activities. For more information, please visit www.esra.org.il.

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