CIC Golf Classic Staged
At Sleepy Hollow Country Club
Monday, July 10 – Scarborough, NY
Contracting Community, Service Professionals, Organized Labor
Attended 44th Annual Summer Sports Social in Westchester
SCARBOROUGH, NY—Despite torrential rains that flooded roadways in Westchester, Rockland, Putnam and Orange counties on Sunday, stormy skies gave way to clearing and sunshine on Monday, enabling the golf course to drain and some 120 hearty players compete here in the 44th annual CIC Golf Classic on the legendary Sleepy Hollow Country Club course.
Due to the challenging conditions, however, the morning shotgun round was cancelled. Some 120 players rallied for a long walking round of golf (re: no carts) in the afternoon at the popular summer sports social, a highlight of the construction industry’s summer season in the lower Hudson Valley.
Following golf, more than 350 members, guests and leaders of the contracting community, material and equipment suppliers and organized labor were joined by government and public works officials for the evening’s reception and dinner festivities.
A summary presentation by CIC Executive Director John Cooney, Jr.—on association initiatives in the areas of apprenticeship training advancement and infrastructure renewal needs—was followed by an awards dinner that was long on raffle prizes and recognition of the golf talent present under the roof of the club’s banquet tent.
In the “play-your-own-ball” format, the Low Gross winners among the men was Chris Pennessi who fired 63. Bill Bisceglla carded a 65 for Second Place Gross. Patrick Mainey was First Low Net with 68 followed by Chris Fallon with 69.
In other categories, Chris Lambrinakos claimed Longest Drive, Joe Monte won Closest to the Pin, and Mike Stier won the Closest to the Line contest.
Photos above moving clockwise:
From left, State Assemblyman Steve Otis, CIC Executive Director John Cooney, Westchester Deputy County Executive Ken Jenkins and State Assemblyman Jon Jacobson.
From left, Yonkers Contracting Company’s Dean DiNatale, Tim Davidow of Zurich North America, and Yonkers CC’s Paul Hubert and Wayne Wittman.
From left, Montesano Brothers with CIC Board member Dominick Montesano, Brian Tarkin, Danielle Tarkin (Montesano) and Chris Montesano.
Closest-to-the-Pin Winner Joseph Monte of Halcyon Construction Corp.
From left, Bricklayers Mike Clifford and Pete Clifford, CAI Chairman Mark Fante of Darante Construction Ltd., BCA Chairman Fred Sciliano of LeChase Construction Services, LLC, and BCA Board member Jon Wohl of Wohl Diversified Services.
From left, Gaetano Giardina and David Mink of L.J. Coppola Inc., Beth Cheverie of NYS Laborers Health & Safety Trust and Jack Barnes of TPH Computer Corp.
First Low Gross Runner Up William Bisceglia, P.E., of EE Cruz.
From left, Westchester Commissioner of Public Works & Transportation Hugh Greechan, Jr., Assemblywoman Dana Levenberg and Assemblyman Chris Burdick.
From left, Longest Drive Winner Chris Lambrinakos of Danella Construction of N.Y. and Patrick Mainey was the First Low Net Winner.