LAKEWOOD – Nearly 100 golfers turned out for the 10th annual Golf Outing and Awards Dinner, hosted by the Manchester Township Educational Foundation and The Hesse Companies at Eagle Ridge Golf Course.
Proceeds from the event benefit the Manchester Township School District. The grants provide technology – iPads, Kindles, computers, projectors, and MOBI computer tablets – as well as musical instruments, art supplies, math and science materials, and district-wide WiFi to the schools.
The educational foundation has distributed more than $150,000 in school and classroom grants and $168,000 in scholarships to 99 graduates, with the help of local businesses, organizations and individuals.
The district’s elementary schools were presented with $32,500 in grant funds for Science, Technology, Engineering, Art and Mathematics labs. Ridgeway has a STEAM Lab and will add new items this year; MTES and Whiting will create their labs, based on Ridgeway’s.
The event was sponsored by: EyesFirst Vision Center, New Horizon Lighting, Anderson & Campbell Funeral Home, Kenneth T. Palmer Law Office, Oliverie Funeral Home, InVision EyeCare, KST Contracting, Maser Consulting & Engineers, Lakhani Eye Associates, Seaside Park Service Center, Lakewood Enterprises, Environmental Resolutions Inc., PKF O’Connor Davies, Manchester PBA No. 246, Amando V. Riccio Attorney at Law, Manchester Accounting Services, Retina Care Center, Monmouth Retina Consultants, Physicians for Adults, Members of the Manchester Board of Education, Spiezle Architectural Group, Donovan’s Bar & Grill, Acacia Financial Group, T&M Associates, Gregory McGuckin Attorney at Law, Nicholas Ott Memorial Fund, Century 21 Action Plus Realty, JNL Electrical Service, Luigi’s Restaurant, Avenue to Broadway, Center State Engineering, Brown & Brown Benefit Advisors, Manchester Family Golf, Herr’s Foods, Ocean Eye Institute, Cooper’s Florist, ShopRite, OceanFirst Bank.
For more information, visit MTEF4Kids.org.