NHTA Golf Tournament
The 15th Annual New Hampshire Troopers Association Golf Classic will be held on
Monday, July 28, 2014 at the
Canterbury Woods Country Club in Canterbury, NH.
The New Hampshire Troopers Association Golf Classic is a charity golf tournament that is used to raise funds for college scholarships, crisis assistance to members, donations to good causes, and to help in the event of a catastrophic loss of one of our members. The New Hampshire Troopers Association is a 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization. Contributions are tax-exempt to the extent provided by law.
GOLFERS - Online registration is available. Click HERE to sign up your team. We will only have 36 four-man teams to accommodate 144 golfers. So register soon before we sell out.
SPONSORS -We could not do all that we do without the support of our friends in the business community. If you are interested in becoming a sponsor, please click HERE for a form, or would like to help by making a donation please contact TFC Sean Faherty - Tournament Coordinator at :
Please consider that there are many ways to support us and this event. Aside from financial donations, the event needs items for a raffle and live auction. Goods, services, items and gift cards are always in need. Also, golfers and staff each recieve a gift bag with a shirt and other items, a great place for your ad items, coupons, gift cards, product samples, etc.
By Tiffany Eddy
Just before Christmas, on a cold blustery night, my husband and I said goodnight to our company, locked-up the house, checked the doors and set the alarm. That's not the way it was 15 years earlier, when I first came to NewHampshire -- back then I felt no need for house alarms.
In a time that seems so long ago, I loved the fact that bad things didn't happen here. We never bothered locking the doors. We didn't need an alarm, we were safe. That was until one tragic night in Mont Vernon a few years ago. There's not a night now where I don't double-check the alarm, make sure it's set, and think about what was senselessly taken from all of us in a profoundly tragic and violent manner.
Back to that early morning, just two days before Christmas. Our alarm sounded and alerted 911. Before we could fully react, two troopers were outside our home -- ready, making sure my family was safe. - See more at: http://www.nhbr.com/business/insights/994593-277/can-we-really-afford-fewer-state-troopers.html#sthash.YXOeg9iy.dpuf