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Beaton hosts second annual Charity Golf Classic

Accepting a check for $12,500 from state Rep. Matt Beaton, R-Shrewsbury (center), on behalf of the Westborough Food Pantry are (l to r) Wendy Mickel, the food pantry's treasurer, and Westborough Selectman Denny Drewry, a member of the Beaton Charity Golf Classic Planning Committee. Checks were also accepted on behalf of St. Anne's Human Services by Elaine LeBlanc, the director, and JoAnn Keegan, the food bank manager; and on behalf of Shrewsbury Youth and Family Services by Terry Cassidy, the executive director.

Accepting a check for $12,500 from state Rep. Matt Beaton, R-Shrewsbury (center), on behalf of the Westborough Food Pantry are (l to r) Wendy Mickel, the food pantry's treasurer, and Westborough Selectman Denny Drewry, a member of the Beaton Charity Golf Classic Planning Committee. Checks were also accepted on behalf of St. Anne's Human Services by Elaine LeBlanc, the director, and JoAnn Keegan, the food bank manager; and on behalf of Shrewsbury Youth and Family Services by Terry Cassidy, the executive director.

Shrewsbury/Westborough – The second annual Beaton Charity Golf Classic, held Aug. 19 at the Mount Pleasant Country Club in Boylston, concluded with a 19th Hole Reception. Golfers and guests enjoyed dinner and more fundraising with raffles, and silent and live auctions. State Rep. Matt Beaton, R-Shrewsbury, presented checks for $12,500 to representatives of three charities: St. Anne's Human Services, Shrewsbury Youth and Family Services and the Westborough Food Pantry.

Photos/ Ed Karvoski Jr.

Placing a winning bid for Red Sox vs. Yankees tickets is Shrewsbury Selectman Moira Miller (back, second from the left) with support from (back, l to r) her husband, Dick; her sister-in-law, Penny; her daughter, Mary; and (front) a family friend, Ronnie Bertelli.

Placing a winning bid for Red Sox vs. Yankees tickets is Shrewsbury Selectman Moira Miller (back, second from the left) with support from (back, l to r) her husband, Dick; her sister-in-law, Penny; her daughter, Mary; and (front) a family friend, Ronnie Bertelli.

Julianne DeFeudis, Beaton's mother, checks items of the brown bag raffle.

Julianne DeFeudis, Beaton's mother, checks items of the brown bag raffle.

Shrewsbury Selectman Jim Kane leads a live auction.

Shrewsbury Selectman Jim Kane leads a live auction.

Doug Radigan of the foursome sponsored by Bowditch and Dewey fills out a ticket for the brown bag raffle.

Doug Radigan of the foursome sponsored by Bowditch and Dewey fills out a ticket for the brown bag raffle.

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