AGC Hosts 25th Anthony S. Santoro Scholarship Classic

Tue July 29, 2014 - Northeast Edition
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Enjoying a delicious barbecue lunch at the turn (L-R) are Mike Riccelli of Riccelli Enterprises; Richard Riccelli of Riccelli Enterprises; Scott Collins of Tracey Road Equipment; and Brian Shanahan of Sevenson Environmental.
Enjoying a delicious barbecue lunch at the turn (L-R) are Mike Riccelli of Riccelli Enterprises; Richard Riccelli of Riccelli Enterprises; Scott Collins of Tracey Road Equipment; and Brian Shanahan of Sevenson Environmental.
Enjoying a delicious barbecue lunch at the turn (L-R) are Mike Riccelli of Riccelli Enterprises; Richard Riccelli of Riccelli Enterprises; Scott Collins of Tracey Road Equipment; and Brian Shanahan of Sevenson Environmental. (L-R) are Jeff Smith of JC Smith; Charlie Reller of Reller Risk Management; Jeff Inland of Slate Hill Contractors; Harry Wolf of Liberty Mutual Surety; and Brian Hanlin of Slate Hill Contractors. As has been the tradition for most of this event’s 25-year history, Milton CAT sponsored lunch and refreshments served on the course. (L-R) are Buck Helwig of Callanan Industries; and Jim Case, Paul Colarusso, Adam Jakeila, Don Manley, all of A. Colarusso & Son Inc. Buck Helwig of Callanan Industries does a victory dance as he sinks a 40-foot putt. (L-R) are  Ron Merrill of Bennett Bolt Works; Mark O’Donnell of J.R. Clancy; Eireann Bennett of Bennett Bolt Works; Bob Clinetop of Averson & Clinetop CPA; and Mike Sheridan of Hermolsa Construction. (L-R) are Dan Gilheney of Firley & Moran; Ed Shill of QCI; Joe Mahoney of Firley & Moran; Tim Dillon of Tioga Construction; and John Dillon of Tioga Construction. It’s not every day you find a barefoot golfer. (L-R) are Nick Gicale of Travelers Insurance; Shelly Everding of Travelers Construction; Mike “Barefoot” Coleman of Robert J. Hanover Inc.; Al Gorich of Gorich Construction; and Ken Wengert The challenging and picturesque Shenendoah golf course is one of three courses at the Turning Stone Resort & Casino. This group included several players who have been involved in the tournament since its start 25 years ago. (L-R) are Bob Bain of the Epilepsy Foundation of Northeastern New York, a 25-year veteran; Scott Chenet of Barton & Loguidice, a 25-year veteran; Ka


The 25th annual Anthony S. Santoro AGC Scholarship Classic was held June 23, 2014, at the Turning Stone Resort & Casino in Verona, N.Y.

Established by the New York State Chapter of the AGC in 1988, the golf scholarship classic’s goal is to provide financial assistance to college students who have an interest in pursuing a career in New York State’s construction industry. More than $1 million in scholarships have been granted since the program’s start, maintaining the fund’s status as the largest statewide industry effort of its kind in the country.

This year the fund received 62 applications for the 2014 scholarship program. Applications were received from more than 19 colleges and universities.

The AGC encourages anyone who knows a student in a construction curriculum to recommend the program to the student.

For more information call 518/456-1134 or visit www.agcnys.org and click on “Programs/Scholarships.”