Wesleyan Open Golf Association Supports Middletown United Fathers

The Wesleyan Open Golf Association donated $1,500 to Middletown United Fathers, Inc. Wesleyan employees, (pictured in yellow attire) from left, are David Meyer, director of Public Safety; Frank Marselli (in back), coordinator of the Usdan University Center; Lou Onofrio, maintenance and repair mechanic at Physical Plant- Facilities and Sean Higgins, Lock Shop foreperson for Physical Plant-Facilities.

More than 75 Wesleyan employees, contractors, friends and families participated in the Wesleyan Open Golf Tournament, held July 9 at Banner Country Club in Moodus, Conn.

Golfers raised $1,500 for Middletown United Fathers, Inc.

MUF is a non-profit organization that operates as an advocate for underprivileged and underserved men and youth of color throughout Middlesex Country. Areas of advocacy are centered on issue regarding education, health, finances, personal, family and community responsibility. Future programming will include ongoing fatherhood parenting classes as well as job placement services for youth and fathers participating in services through the organization.

All participants pay an entry fee which includes an 18-hole round, prizes and dinner. A portion of the fee is collected for a different charity in Middletown.