Randolph Police Hold Successful Charity Golf Tournament

RANDOLPH — The Randolph Police Patrolmen’s Union Local 18 and the Randolph Police Association are pleased to announce that their second annual Charity Golf Tournament raised more than $8,000 last month.

The tournament was held on Sept. 15 at Easton Country Club, and had over 50 players.

Proceeds from the tournament will help fund various programs put on by the Randolph Police Association over the course of the next year.

In the past two years, the tournament has raised over $18,000 to benefit important community programs and events sponsored by the Randolph Police Association.

As part of the tournament, the foursome with the lowest score was presented with a trophy at the conclusion of the day. In addition, a closest to the pin challenge was featured on a par three hole, and a hole-in-one, putting contest and longest drive challenge was held on par five holes.

After a long day of golfing the players were treated to a dinner, catered by the staff at Easton Country Club.

Several raffle items and silent auctions were also available for bidding throughout the day.

Sponsor Support

More than 30 individuals and businesses from the community came together to support the tournament through either sponsorships or donation of raffle items.

“The support for this tournament has been tremendous over the past two years,” said Officer Kevin Gilbert, who helped to organize the event. “We look forward to continuing to sponsor our great community programs and on behalf of myself, Officer Matthew Rodman and everyone else at the Randolph Police Department, we greatly appreciate all of the support from those played and donated.”

“Thank you to all of volunteers who came out the day of the event,” Officer Rodman added. “Without them, it wouldn’t have been possible.” 

Sponsors of the tournament include the following:

Platinum Sponsors

Seth Mann Second Home

Shaw’s Market (Manager Lee Bissonette)

Prime Motor Group (Officer Harold Moy)

Comfort Inn Randolph

Holiday Inn Brockton/Boston

Gold Sponsors

Mary Woloschuk

Golfer’s Warehouse

Silver Badge Sponsors

The Gilbert Family

The Rodman Family

Hole Sponsors

Bank of Canton

Brush Hill Tours

Randolph Lodge of Elks #2130

State Senator Walter F. Timilty

State Representative Bruce Ayers

Barbati and Davies Chiropractic

TNT Automotive

Goalie Crease Clinic

Mark’s Signs Plus

South Shore Dynamos Hockey Club

L and W Autobody

Raffle Items/Donors

Shoveltown Brewery

Towne and Country Florist

Dayanna Sutherland (5.11/Work and Gear)

Maryann Rodman

Robyn Rhinehart

Jenn Abramson

Todd A. Sandler Realtor

Randolph Automotive

Special Thanks

John Sylvia of Bridgewater Trophy

Benjamin Paulin of John Guilfoil Public Relations



Randolph Police Association Raises Nearly $10K at 1st Annual Charity Golf Tournament

Randolph Police Department
William Pace, Police Chief
41 South Main St.
Randolph, MA 02368

For Immediate Release

Monday, July 2, 2018

Contact: Benjamin Paulin
Phone: 781-428-3299
Email: ben@jgpr.net

Randolph Police Association Raises Nearly $10K at 1st Annual Charity Golf Tournament

RANDOLPH — The Randolph Police Patrolman’s Union Local 18 and the Randolph Police Association are pleased to announce that their first annual charity golf tournament raised nearly $10,000 over the weekend.

The Randolph Police Association Local 18 Patrolman’s Union Golf Classic was held on Saturday, June 30, at Easton Country Club in Easton.

A total of 44 golfers took to the course and braved 90 degree temperatures to help raise money for the police union’s charitable efforts throughout the year.

The event raised $9,960, which will go to community-centered initiatives throughout the year.

After the tournament, a reception was held in the clubhouse, where dinner and refreshments were served.

A variety of items were made available through a raffle and silent auction, with prizes including Boston Bruins tickets and gift certificates that were donated by several local businesses.

The winners of the tournament each received a trophy, as did winners of the longest drive and closest to the pin competitions.

On behalf of the members of Local 18, President John Bringardner, Officer Kevin Gilbert and Officer Matthew Rodman, the patrolmen would like to thank Easton Country Club, along with all of the participants, volunteers, donors and sponsors for their support of the Randolph Police Department.