September 11, 2018 • Todd Creek Golf Course
The annual Reach for the Green Golf Tournament in Memory of Mary & Donald C. Ciancio is Community Reach Center’s primary fundraising event. This year's tournament was held on September 11, at the Todd Creek Golf Course!
The tournament is a legacy event. Donald Ciancio started it in 1980 in honor of his mother Mary. Mary Ciancio was a champion of mental health and one of the founding supporters of Community Reach Center. Don mirrored his mother’s dedication and generosity to Community Reach Center by reaching out to the community to encourage participation in the tournament.
By embracing and respecting the diversity of our community, Mary and Don created a legacy of caring compassionately for others. Their dedication to quality care for all in need is a capstone for our Board, Leadership and nearly 600 employees today.
We are grateful for the community’s support of the Reach for the Green Tournament and the direct impact we can make together in the lives of others.
This Years winners!
Morning Flight Winners
Susan Weber Homes:
Rob Webber, Scott Rafferty, Patrick Lynch, Brett Orr
Afternoon Flight Winners
BrightView Landscape Services:
Michael Bowden, Rob Kovesec, Todd Fackler, Joe Johnson
St. Anthony North received the Donald C. Ciancio Philanthropic Award this year. Congratulations!
Contact Evan Narotsky for the 2019 Tournament via email at firstname.lastname@example.org or by phone at (303) 853-3472 for more information. RSVPs are required.
Sponsorships packages and individual golfer opportunities are available for next year.
Thank you to all of our sponsors:
Adams County Commissioners | Adams County Sheriff's Office | Allied Recycled Aggregates | CoBiz Bank | Horizons North Credit Union | St. Anthony North Health Campus
Adams 12 School District | Brightview Landscape Services | Cigna | City of Brighton | City of Commerce City | Dodge Signs | EON Office | Good Samaritan Medical Center | Hyland Hills Park & Recreation District | O'Meara Ford | Policy Matters | School District 27J | Signal Behavioral Health Network | Stout Street Foundation | Tax Guard, Inc. | United Power | Vista Management
Ciancio Ciancio Brown | Key-Rite Security | Players Club | Pollard Jeep Boulder
Bruce Vezina State Farm Insurance | John Elway Chevrolet | Lou & Christy Garone | Susan Webber Homes
Beverage Cart Sponsors
The Mary Ciancio Memorial Distinguished Service Award honors the memory of Mary Ciancio, an extraordinary community volunteer who championed mental health care in Adams County. Her efforts benefited thousands of Adams County residents living with mental and physical challenges. Community Reach Center’s Thornton office is named in honor of Mary Ciancio. This prestigious award has been presented annually to an outstanding Adams County volunteer by the Community Reach Center Foundation Board since 1980.
This years event was held on April, 12, 2018 at the Stonebrook Manor, 650 East 124th Avenue, Thornton, Colorado 80241. Nancy McNally garnered the 2018 Mary Ciancio Memorial Distinguished Service Award. Her name is well known given the two terms she served as mayor of Westminster. Along with her work as a council member and then mayor, she has volunteered extensively in the community. Read more
Eleanor Getsch, 1998 | Gloria Rudden, 1999 | Martha Bering, 2000 | Geraldine Good & Charles Good, 2001 | Cathy O’Grady, 2002 | June Ellis, 2003 | Ed Hickel, 2004 | Jean Owens, 2005 | Linda Cherrington, 2006 | Nella Crosswhite, 2007 | Sharon Whitehair, 2008 | Guillermo Serna, 2009 | Roger Gudenkauf, 2010 | Steve Austin, 2011 | Kevin Hawkins, 2012 | Valerie Escatel, 2013 | Veronica Cordova, 2014 | Sr. Molly Munoz, 2015 | Evelyn Schroth, 2016 | Nancy Skeels, 2017
The Commerce City Rotary garnered the 2018 Marjory Ball Mental Health Advocacy Award, which is given each year to person or group in our community that has demonstrated extraordinary advocacy in mental health care. Club president Rhonda Hathaway accepted the award. Read more
The Marjory Ball Mental Health Advocacy Award was created in 2007, to commemorate former Board Member Marjory Ball’s role as a major advocate for individuals living with mental health challenges. This award recognizes outstanding individuals in our community who follow Marge’s excellent example of advocating on behalf of challenged individuals in need of help.
Special thanks to our sponsors:
Adams County Commissioners | Allied Recycled Aggregates | Brothers Plumbing & Heating | Dodge Signs | Horizons North Credit Union | IMA, Inc. | St. Anthony North Health Campus | Stout Street Foundation | United Power | Vista Management.
Flower arrangements courtesy of Artistic Flowers and Welby Gardens.