Children’s Beach House golf event a success

May 26, 2023

Children’s Beach House would like to thank everyone who made our recent charity golf event such a great success. As members of CBH’s board of trustees, we have a front-row seat to all the good work Children’s Beach House does on a daily basis across Delaware. We know how important that work is and how essential our supporters are to making it happen. 

Many thanks to the following businesses and individuals for joining us as sponsors: The Peninsula Golf & Country Club, L&W Insurance, Ocean Atlantic, Jack Lingo Realtor, Wyoming Millwork Co., VRC Electrical Services LLC, Linda K. Berdine, Artesian Water, Breakwater Accounting & Advisory, Element Design Group, Glenn and Jean Hitchens, Jefferson Urian Doane & Sterner, The Little School at Kids Cottage, Joe Polinski, Alexandra Ergon, Mel and Peni Warren, Midway Motion & Fitness, i.g. Burton and CAMP Rehoboth. Thank you also to the generous businesses who donated goods and services to the event’s silent auction. 

We are deeply grateful to everyone for sharing their time and resources to support the children and families of Children’s Beach House. From the golfers who hit the links to our volunteers who gave their time and, of course, our gracious hosts at the Peninsula Golf & Country Club, each helped make the event a success! We look forward to seeing them all again next year.

Ellison Carey and Bernadette “Bernie” Polinski
Golf event co-chairs and CBH trustees
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