brought to you by the Friends of Noah Sorensen & Mario Zeolla Foundation and
Albany College of Pharmacy and Health Sciences
Friday, June 6, 2014
Normanside Country Club (150 Salisbury Road; Delmar, New York 12054)
Schedule of Events
7:30 a.m. Registration & Breakfast
9:00 a.m. Shotgun Start
2:30 p.m. Awards Ceremony & Reception
$130.00 per player / $520.00 per foursome
Registration fee includes: greens fees, golf cart, breakfast, lunch, contests, giveaways, and much more!
RSVP by Friday, May 16, 2014
Four person scramble and shotgun start. Prizes will be awarded based on overall scores and on-course competitions.
NEW THIS YEAR. Additional competitions and ways to win great prizes will be announced at the tournament!
Golfers are required to wear shirts with collars. Jeans and cut-offs are prohibited. Soft spikes are required.
For more information, please visit www.fonsmz.org, www.acphs.edu/reunion OR contact:
*All proceeds will benefit the Mario Zeolla ’97 Scholarship, Noah Sorensen ’97 Scholarship and the Grand Circle Foundation, in support of the Minh Tu Care Orphanage.
The Friends of Noah Sorensen & Mario Zeolla (FONSMZ) formed with the goal in mind of keeping the spirit and the enthusiasm of Noah & Mario alive. Our initial effort is organizing an event around the game that these two great friends held close to their hearts, the game of golf. Through this annual event, FONSMZ hopes to provide everyone the opportunity to come together on one special day and share stories, laugh, maybe cry, and enjoy and take part in the game they loved so much. In time, FONSMZ plans to hold other events in honor of these men. Another goal of FONSMZ, is to keep Noah and Mario’s memory alive by raising funds to donate to charities in their name.
ACPHS is a national leader in pharmacy education and has expanded its focus to include pharmaceutical sciences, biomedical technology and research. Our graduates are valuable members of the health care system and of your community. Unfortunately, the cost of a college education continues to rise while state and federal assistance continues to decline. The burden has been placed on the individual institution to assist young men and women in financing their education. Our ability to award merit-based scholarships will assist ACPHS in competing for the best and brightest college applicants.