Results Are In: Charity Golf Outing Raises More than $99,000

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Celebrating more than 25 years in existence, the recently held Glenn O. Hawbaker Charity Golf Outing raised $99, 020.10 this year to benefit well-deserving non-profits throughout the entire commonwealth of Pennsylvania. 

Since its inception, the tournament has so far raised more than $1,000,000 for numerous charities.

More than 300 individuals participated and volunteered in the tournament at the Penn State Golf Courses. 

“It has been a volunteer effort on the part of GOH employees to benefit many worthy causes across our state. I am happy our company and its people can help these organizations,” stated Glenn O. Hawbaker Inc. Chief Executive Officer and President, Daniel Hawbaker.

The three primary recipients of this year’s funds were The Ronald McDonald House, Danville; Centre Volunteers in Medicine, State College; and The YMCA of DuBois. 

Additional recipients included: Huntingdon Regional Fire and Rescue, State College-based Hearts for the Homeless, The Nicholas Wolff Foundation/Camp Victory in Millville and The Children’s House/Children’s Advocacy Center in Towanda.

Founded in 1952, Glenn O. Hawbaker Inc. employs more than 1,200 people and currently operates 24 quarries and eight asphalt production facilities across Pennsylvania, southern New York and eastern Ohio.

Glenn O. Hawbaker Inc. continues to serve customers with an array of services including asphalt paving, road construction, gas well service and construction as well as engineering design services.

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