Bill Sullivan Organizes Bar Association Golf Tournament
Posted by William R. Sullivan on October 25, 2016. Filed under The Business of Law.
Bill Sullivan of Mill Creek Law organized the Snohomish County Bar Association’s 2016 golf tournament.The tournament was held at the Harbor Point Golf Club on Friday, August 19, 2016 with a record 87 golfers registered.New aspects of the tournament included a shotgun start, and a fundraiser for the All Aboard program for adults with special needs. A grand total donation of $7,702.08 was raised and presented to the All Aboard on October 19, 2016. This program provides recreational, social, and educational activities for adults with special needs, such as bowling for 200, art classes, adaptive exercise classes, karaoke, bingo, popcorn & movie day and much more.
The event would not have been as successful as it was without the efforts of many. Thanks to all of the sponsors of the event:
Tournament Sponsors: Mill Creek Law, Dominic L. Bacetich, Kevin D. Anderson, Coastal Community Bank, Thomas W. Cox, The Law Office of George T. Freeman, James R. Walsh, Moranco & Associates, and Rhyno Networks & IT Services.
Gold Sponsors: Backfire Chiropractic, Bank of Washington, Allison Lord Caliber Home Loans, Deno Millikan Law Firm, Teri Jones Home Smart Real Estate, T-Scan, Thomson-Reuters/Findlaw, and Vida Integrated Health.
Silver & Bronze Sponsors: Joe Cunnane, Ringler & Associates, and Brandt Forensic Economics.
Thank you to David Castleberry, and everyone else at the Harbor Point Golf Club who made the event as enjoyable as it could possibly have been.
Special thanks to Kevin Anderson and Nic Bacetich who gave of their time and support from the beginning and who relentlessly sought out sponsors, which made this event a successful fundraising benefit for All Aboard; and to my partners, who supported my involvement and investment of time.
Thank you to the Board of Trustees who endorsed the idea of making this event a more collegial outing to enhance the interaction among the bar and trusted us to accomplish that goal, and to Joyce Wood who worked tirelessly on the event.