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SARATOGA SPRINGS – Saratoga Center for the Family is hosting a silent auction that began on July 27 and will run until 5 p.m. Aug. 1.

Community members and organizations donated all items that will be auctioned. All proceeds raised will support the Center for the Family.

The support helps Saratoga Center for the Family provide much needed mental health, advocacy, and educational programming to children and families who otherwise would not be able to afford these services. 

To register for the auction go to biddingowl.com. The Center for the Family is located at 359 Ballston Avenue and can be reached at (518) 587-8008 or saratogacff.org.

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SARATOGA SPRINGS — Due to the COVID-19 crisis and the current need to maintain social distancing, the date of our 2020 Annual Golf Classic changed to September 23, 2020.

If you wish to hold your spot, register a foursome, provide a sponsorship, or make a general donation visit the Center for the Family online.

For those who wish to wait, we understand.  Our country is facing an unprecedented time with much fear and anxiety felt by many – especially our clients, both current and new. That is why Saratoga Center for the Family remains open. Our therapists continue to be available by providing telehealth therapy appointments. Our Child Advocacy Center is open for reported child abuse cases.  Our educational programming continues to be offered online. 

We look forward to the day when we can once again see our supporters and friends at dinners, food and wine tastings, and out on the golf course.  Until then, we continue to forge ahead, ensuring that our critical services are available and accessible for those who need us.

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Photos: 1. Winning Foursome (left to right):  Executive Director of Saratoga Center for the Family Rebecca Baldwin, Golf Chairperson and Saratoga Center for the Family Board Secretary John Brooks, Winning Foursome members with a low gross of 56: Terry White, Alex Walter, Tom Novellano, and Dan Juffey. Photo provided. 

2. Golfer Sean Cohan with Executive Director Rebecca Baldwin after making a hole-in-one at Hole #18 at McGregor Links winning him a three-year lease on a 2019 Honda Ridgeline from Saratoga Honda. Photo provided.


Wilton — Saratoga Center for the Family held its 10th Annual Golf Classic on Wednesday, June 5 at McGregor Links Country Club in Wilton. 

The event featured a Hole in One at Hole #18 sponsored by Saratoga Honda.This year, for the first time, a hole in one was made by golfer Sean Cohan of South Glens Falls. He sunk the 165 yard shot to win a three-year lease on a 2019 Honda Ridgeline. 

The event included 26 foursomes and many generous sponsorships including Eagle Sponsors: John Brooks, Commerce Hub, Creative Office Systems, King Wealth Management Group, McGregor Links Country Club, Seeley Office Systems, Web Traffic Advisors (Chris Boggs), Terry and Janice White, Vahanian and Associates Financial Planning; Birdie Sponsors: Adirondack Trust Company, Jean Ann Dennis, Luther Forest Wealth Advisors (Tim Pehl), New York State Police Investigators Association, Tom Novellano, Saratoga Hospital, Saratoga Springs Police Benevolent Association, Saratoga Vision, Scotty’s Restaurant (The Parillo Family), Trustco Bank, Alex and Debbie Walter, and William J. Burke and Sons-Bussing and Cunniff Funeral Homes; and many other generous donors and raffle prize offerings. 

All proceeds from the tournament benefit Saratoga Center for the Family programs; Saratoga Center for the Family works to provide a comprehensive array of services committed to strengthening, empowering, and educating children, families, and the community to reduce the incidences and effects of child abuse, neglect, and family dysfunction. For further information, visit the Center online at saratogacff.org or call 518-587-8008. 

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