- Written by Carol Foote, Outreach and Development Director, 413-773-5555 X2225, firstname.lastname@example.org
- Published: 04 September 2020
On Friday, August 21, Franklin County Golf Center, located at 1245 Bernardston Road in Greenfield, hosted a Gas-N-Go event with local radio station Bear Country. Todd Cromack, owner of the Golf Center and Liberty Tax Service, held a raffle and donated one third of the proceeds from the golf range ball sales, totaling $500, in support of LifePath’s Meals on Wheels program.
Across Franklin County and the North Quabbin region, LifePath delivers about 525 meals and wellness checks to elders in need each weekday. LifePath has also been delivering frozen meals to individuals with disabilities under the age of 60 during the COVID-19 pandemic.
There was a steady stream of golfers throughout the day, with the busiest time being after work. What great hosts Todd and his staff were - offering smiles, hot dogs, chips, and bottles of water.
“Elders and veterans are the reason I have a business at all, and this is one way I can give back to those groups.”
This isn’t the first—or last—show of support Todd has made for the people LifePath serves. He has sponsored LifePath’s Walkathon and is dreaming up other ways to support the agency (Spoiler alert! Watch for a spooky, fun fall event!). When asked why he is committed to supporting LifePath, he responds, “Elders and veterans are the reason I have a business at all, and this is one way I can give back to those groups.”
We are so grateful to Todd and everyone who purchased raffle tickets and buckets of range balls that benefited LifePath and those we serve on that beautiful day. Thank you so much!