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Junior Achievement of Western Massachusetts to hold golf tournament on June 4

SPRINGFIELD, Mass. – Junior Achievement of Western Massachusetts (JAWM) announced that they will hold their 23rd Annual Golf Tournament on Friday, June 4, at the Crumpin-Fox Club, 87 Parmenter Road, Bernardston.


“Last year we successfully held this event following social distancing guidelines, and we plan to do the same this year,” said Jennifer A. Connolly, President, JAWM. “This is a wonderful opportunity for people to get outside at a gorgeous location, enjoy a fun day of golf and support an incredibly worthwhile cause.”


In addition to the golf tournament, participants can enjoy online bidding for the auction through June 3 and live bidding at the event on June 4. Social distancing regulations will include requiring players to wear masks in common areas, providing each player with their own cart, and a scramble format with all putts inside three feet conceded with flags remaining in the holes.


Businesses can sponsor the tournament and will receive a prize package valued at over $200. The package includes a $100 gift card to the pro shop, buy two/get two passes for Crumpin-Fox or Fox Hopyard Golf Club in Connecticut good through 2022 season, and other gifts such as Yankee Candle items. If they prefer, sponsors can opt to receive a voucher for their foursome valid through the 2022 season.


“We’ve worked diligently to create a flexible event that will be enjoyable and safe for everyone,” said Al Kasper, president and CEO, Savage Arms, and chair of this year’s golf tournament. “I encourage businesses throughout the region to participate in this event. Supporting the work of Junior Achievement is a commitment to the growth and development of the next generation of our local workforce, which is essential.”


In addition to a round of golf on a beautiful course, an auction and raffle, golfers will enjoy a gourmet boxed breakfast at 10 a.m. and lunch served on the course around 12 p.m.

“While the pandemic changed how JA delivered programming, from in-person to virtual, our students are receiving more JA programming than ever before, with each student averaging 24 hours of our programming, up from 6.2 hours in 2018–19,” said Connolly. “The proceeds of the golf tournament will go to support these in-demand classes and future JA events.”


To learn more about registration and sponsorship opportunities, visit


About Junior Achievement of Western Massachusetts

Junior Achievement of Western Massachusetts was founded in Springfield, MA in 1919 and is the birthplace of JA. Today more than 13,000 students in grades K–12 in Western MA participate in JA programs annually. For more information, visit