Diocese of Scranton’s annual golf classic

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The Diocese of Scranton will hold its seventh annual St. John Vianney Vocations Golf Classic on Monday, July 11, at Blue Ridge Trail Golf Club, Mountain Top.

Tournament proceeds help foster vocations to the Diocesan priesthood and support seminarian  formation. Bishop Joseph C. Bambera is honorary chair.

Committee members planning the event in conjunction with the Offices of Vocations and Development are, seated from left, Michele Long;  Attorney Joseph O’Brien, Reverend Donald Williams, Diocesan Director of Vocations and Director of Seminarians, chair; Monsignor Donald McAndrews, and Reverend Jeffrey Walsh, V.E., Episcopal Vicar for Clergy.  

Standing: Tom Considine; Monsignor David Bohr, Diocesan Secretary for Clergy Formation; Reverend Joseph Evanko; Marilouise Agnone Ruane, Diocesan Director of Stewardship; Reverend David Cappelloni; Dominic Rinaldi; and Mark Soprano.

The “captain and crew” tournament begins with lunch at 11 a.m. and shotgun start at noon. A reception and awards dinner immediately follows play. To register for golf or make a donation, call the Development Office at 570-207-2250 or visit www.DioceseofScranton.org.

 

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