Golf event in Belgrade raises $33,000 for youth mentorship


The first place winner of Golf Fore Kids’ Sake Net, from Maine General No. 2, includes members, from left, Andy Dionne, John Smith, Jason Brown and Tim Borelli. Photo submitted

The 2022 Big Brothers Big Sisters of Mid-Maine Golf Fore Kids’ Sake at Belgrade Lakes Golf Club, presented by the Kennebec Savings Bank, raised $33,000 on September 2 to support one-on-one youth mentorship throughout the Mid-Coast, central and eastern Maine, according to a press release from the youth mentorship program.

Belgrade Golf Fore Kids’ Sake 2022 Tournament Winners:

• First Place Net: Maine General No. 2 (Andy Dionne, John Smith, Jason Brown and Tim Borelli);

• First place gross: Horch Roofing (Tim Matero, Chris Seavey, Jordan Matero and Benjie Blake);

• Net second place: Bank of New Hampshire (Sean Rankin, Matt Worthen, Don McFadden and Travis Frautten); and

• Second place gross: Skowhegan Savings Bank (Kevin Holland, Don Skillings, Jim Coffin and Ed Goff).

The Longest Drive awards went to Mark Eldgridge (men) and Adrian Phair (women). Goff won the chipping contest.

The Belgrade Lakes Golf for Kids’ Sake was sponsored by Kennebec Savings Bank (Inviting Presenting Sponsor) with support from major sponsors Skowhegan Savings Bank, Cives Steele Company, Robert Gatof and Horch Roofing. Luncheon and scoreboard sponsors included Central Maine Motors Auto Group, Darlings, Sprague & Curtis Real Estate and Sappi.

To learn more about becoming a mentor or for more information on Big Brothers Big Sisters of Mid-Maine’s youth mentorship programs, visit

The raw winners of Horch Roofing’s Golf Fore Kids’ Sake first place, left to right, are Tim Matero, Chris Seavey, Jordan Matero and Benjie Blake. Photo submitted

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