K.E.E.P. raises $25,000 in golf event


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  • A golfer swings during the outing.




  • Dani Nasiby's family is shown with Steve Allan from WSUS 102.3.




  • Golfers pose during the outing.



SPARTA — K.E.E.P. held its first Dani Nasiby Memorial Golf outing for KEEP kids on July 21 at the Wallkill Golf Club.

The event was sold out and more than $25,000 was raised to benefit K.E.E.P., its programs and scholarship fund. Franklin Sussex Auto Mall and 102.3 WSUS were the title sponsors of the outing. Numerous area businesses, restaurants, and individuals graciously aided in making this event a success by donating gift certificates, gift baskets, and prizes.

While on the course, participants enjoyed several games, including Keep It On The Green, Closest To The Pin, and chances for Holes In One.

After golf, the luncheon, auction, prize raffle, and award ceremony was held. Dennis Garland is the lucky winner of the $1,000 ShopRite gift card raffle.

"This year’s outing was a very special one to all of us who were blessed to have known and worked with Dani Naisby," said Tricia Smith, chief executive officer of K.E.E.P. "She would have been proud as her entire family participated with us this year in her memory."

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