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  • Today’s guest blog comes from the Friendship Home. 

    Friendship Home in Norwell held its 15th Annual Golf Classic on September 11th at Indian Pond Country Club in Kingston, with net proceeds totaling more than $105,000. More than 200 golfers participated at both Indian Pond and Pinehills Golf Club in Plymouth in support of Friendship Home’s mission to enrich the lives of individuals with developmental disabilities and their families. Attendees took time to acknowledge the events of 9/11 with a Knights of Columbus Honor Guard and moments of remembrance.

    This year’s Golf Classic Committee was led by co-chairs Bill and Stephani Dromeshauser of Norwell. “Steph and I are honored to support such a wonderful organization right here in our hometown. We are very proud of the work that Friendship Home does to support people with special needs,” Dromeshauser said. More than 50 volunteers made the event possible, including dozens from Rockland Trust, a steadfast and loyal community partner.

    Program members enjoyed playing golf, photographing the event, participating in a putting clinic and hosting the hospitality hole. Hundreds of golfers and friends attended the evening program, which included speeches by program members Celia Walsh and J.R. Foley as well as dinner, auctions and raffles. “If I was to bet on which staff team would impact the lives of people with developmental disabilities, I’d put all my money on the Friendship Home staff,” Foley said. To learn more about Friendship Home, please visit or call 781-659-8202.

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