July 31, 1997
Friar Legends Golf Outing Held
PROVIDENCE, R.I. - On Monday, July 21, Providence College held its fifth annual Friar Legends Golf Outing supporting the Friar Foundation. This year, Ernie DiGregorio and Chris Terreri were presented with the Friar Legends Award. The event raised more than $10,000 for the Friar Foundation which was helped in part by the dinner raffle and acuction. Prizes included items from: the Boston and Pawtucket Red Sox, New England Patriots, Boston Bruins, Pittsburgh Penguins, Chicago Blackhawks, Lenny Wilkens, Eric Williams and others. The day was a huge success and was enjoyed by all. If you couldn't attend the golf outing, but would like to contribute to the Friar Foundation, please call (401)865-2272 for more information.
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