ROWLEY – Tom O’Connell, Ralph DiGiorgio, and Rick Nekoroski of Rowley Country Club and The Residences at Rowley Country Club are gearing up for a very active season this spring. Despite the current wintery conditions, club organizers are looking forward to an active golf season and partnering with local organizations.
At the end of last season, the Club held an appreciation day for the staff, interns, and volunteer coaches, of Special Olympics Massachusetts North. Thirty golfers enjoyed a beautiful fall day of golf, lunch and a heartfelt thank you from the developers.
“As a longtime volunteer hockey coach, I understand the time commitment involved in working with youth,” offered O’Connell, “the Special Olympics coaches and staff dedicate so much time and effort to teaching developmentally challenged youth, we thought it would be great way to say ‘thank you’ to those who bring joy to so many families.”
“When we were looking for an organization to support last year,” offers O’Connell, “we wanted to find an organization that aligned with our mission – a high value, major cause, who’s people behind the scenes believed in bringing out the best. The coaches, staff and interns at the Special Olympics Massachusetts North do that each and every day.”
The Rowley Country Club is a newly renovated 9-hole golf course in Rowley Massachusetts, featuring a brand new residential community of sophisticated homes nestled in the countryside.
The course is set to open for the 2014 season in early spring.