From left are members of the North Country Savings Bank team Amanda Sullivan, Ryan Spadaccini, Tasha Bernard, & Robert Polniak.
CANTON -- Cerebral Palsy Association of the North Country raised $10,000 at its 14th Annual Polar Bear Golf Classic.
The event drew 96 participants across 24 teams. Proceeds went to CP of the North Country’s Outdoor Recreation Program.
This program provides individuals with disabilities opportunities to camp, hike, snowshoe, cross-country ski, and more.
“The weather was perfect for golf in the snow and, from the feedback I received, it seemed like all of the participants really enjoyed themselves,” Makenzie Taylor, director of public relations, said.
At the event, Outdoor Recreation Program Coordinator Jim Williams spoke about the program and its importance. Participants of the program also shared their experiences.
"All and all the event was a success and could not have been so without the generous support of the local businesses that sponsored the event, as well as those that donated items," a release issued by, Taylor said.
CP of the North Country also thanked all of the sponsors of the 14th Annual Polar Bear Golf Classic.
For more information about the Polar Bear Golf Classic, please contact Taylor at 386-1156 or email@example.com.