Ann Liguori Foundation Hosts Charity Golf Classic At Maidstone - 27 East

Ann Liguori Foundation Hosts Charity Golf Classic At Maidstone

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Marty Hackel of Golf Digest with Ann Liguori and Scott Vallary​. DANIEL GONZALEZ

Marty Hackel of Golf Digest with Ann Liguori and Scott Vallary​. DANIEL GONZALEZ

ALF volunteers Pamela Davis

ALF volunteers Pamela Davis

 Kelly Burke and Suzanne Karath. DANIEL GONZALEZ

Kelly Burke and Suzanne Karath. DANIEL GONZALEZ

Ann Liguori with ALF event volunteers. DANIEL GONZALEZ

Ann Liguori with ALF event volunteers. DANIEL GONZALEZ

Ann Liguori with Ottis

Ann Liguori with Ottis "O.J." Anderson

 two-time Super Bowl champ and the event's celebrity auctioneer​. DANIEL GONZALEZ

two-time Super Bowl champ and the event's celebrity auctioneer​. DANIEL GONZALEZ

Ann Liguori with Lynda Packard

Ann Liguori with Lynda Packard

 2017 Volunteer of the Year and Dr. Max Gomez

2017 Volunteer of the Year and Dr. Max Gomez

 Channel 2 News​. DANIEL GONZALEZ

Channel 2 News​. DANIEL GONZALEZ

authorStaff Writer on Jun 12, 2017
The 19th annual Ann Liguori Foundation Charity Golf Classic was held at the Maidstone Club in East Hampton on Thursday, June 8. The event was the 19th straight sell-out with... more

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