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19th Annual Golf Classic raised funds for addiction treatment scholarships  


(Jupiter, Fla.)  Golfers teed off at the prestigious Admirals Cove for Hanley Foundation’s 19th Annual Golf Classic Event on Monday, April 16th. More than 100 supporters attended the yearly benefit which raises funds to provide access to quality treatment for those suffering from a substance use disorder who otherwise could not afford it.

Jan Cairnes, CEO for Hanley Foundation thanked this year’s leadership including Chairs Gary Harris and Suzanne Holmes; Junior Chairs Justin Claud and Greg Etimos; Golf Venue Chair Jack Barrett; Host Committee Chair Barbara Shafer; and Donna and Bob Goldfarb, who served as Chairs for the unique “Luncheon with the Suits,” which invited business leaders and community partners to join the awards ceremony, luncheon and auction portion of the day.


“With the nation in the midst of the largest opioid crisis in history, and Palm Beach County especially hard hit, now more than ever people are in need of quality addiction treatment,” said Turner Benoit, Chief Development Officer for Hanley Foundation. “Because of your participation in today’s tournament, we can ensure that more people in Florida receive access to quality care.”


Winners of the Hanley Foundation Golf Classic were:

  • First Place – Terry Shapiro, Michael Walsh, Alex Warner and Will Wesch
  • Men’s Longest Drive – Greg Etimos
  • Women’s Longest Drive – Bryn Wesch
  • Men’s Closest to the Pin – Gary Harris
  • Women’s Closet to the Pin – Nancy Hart


“Today’s tournament brings awareness and resources to patients and families in their journey to recovery,” said Bob Goldfarb. “I support the Hanley Foundation because I have hope that my daughter will get the help she needs one day. She is one of many in this world that is struggling with addiction. With your help, the Foundation will continue its lifesaving work with individuals and families struggling with the disease of addiction. Thank you all for your support.”



Sponsors for the event were The Harris Land Company, Hanley Family Foundation, Novus Detox, Drew and Amy Rothermel, TD Wealth, Critton, Luttier & Coleman, LLP, Anne and Matt Hamilton, Eleanor Sullivan, Patti Petersen, Forest Hill Pharmacy, Golfino Sportswear, Autobuilders General Contracting Services Inc., Beach House Center for Recovery, Integrity Billing, Family First Adolescent Services, Villa Tranquil, Braman Motorcars and The Palm Beacher and Jupiter Magazine.


Hanley Foundation, established more than 30 years ago by Mary Jane and Jack Hanley, is a charitable 501(c)(3) organization with a mission to give hope to individuals, families and communities affected by substance use disorders. The Foundation provides programming and grant support throughout Florida for advocacy, prevention, education and access to quality addiction treatment. The organization’s prevention programming is available to schools, churches and community groups through grant funding provided by the Florida Department of Children and Families, office of Substance Abuse and Mental Health.