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2021 HBS

30th Annual Henry B. Sawyer Jr. '32
Golf Tournament & Auction for Financial Aid

Monday, September 27, 2021

11:45 am Lunch
12:30 pm Shotgun Start

Concord Country Club

18 Holes - Scramble
COST $350 per golfer; $275 for young alumni (2012-2021)
Cost includes golf, lunch, dinner and Belmont Hill custom golf club  head cover. 
Please stay tuned for more information regarding the dinner program and virtual auction.

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REGISTRATION

Thank you for your interest in the 2021 Henry B. Sawyer Jr. '32 Golf Tournament! At this time, we are at full capacity for the event. To join the waitlist, please reach out to Kay McMahon at (617) 993-5202 or mcmahon@belmonthill.org.

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Henry B. Sawyer, Jr. '32 Scholarships

The Scholarship was first established in 2004 by the Henry B. Sawyer, Jr. '32 Golf Tournament Committee. A second scholarship was added in 2005, a third in 2013 and a fourth in 2016. Awarded to well-rounded students and three-season athletes who demonstrate the personal integrity, the intellectual curiosity, and the sportsmanship that Mr. Sawyer embodied each and every day.

 

Henry B. Sawyer, Jr. '32 Golf Tournament

2021 Tournament Committee

John Carroll ’89, Co-chair
Jim Kalustian ’78, Co-chair

Eric Ahlgren '00
Dave Antonelli ’06 
Toby Banta '04
Chris Biotti '85
Greg Boeing '06
Michael Cotter ’92
Billy Cotter P '92, '01
Warren Cross ’83, P '17, '19
Jeff Drucker ’90,  P '20, '23
Chris Egan P '22
Reese Genser ’87
Rob Glor ’06
Matt Gordon '06
Jeff Hamilton ’01
Andrew Leisman ’03
George Lynch '88, P '27
Emmett Lyne ’77
Ted Madden ’88, P '20, '22
Kenny Martin ’65, P '91
Kevin McCafferty P '98, '00, '05
Kevin McCafferty ’98
Andrew Mingle '97
Brendan Monahan ’91, P '22
Tad O'Donnell P '21
Dan Ronan '94
Mark Rooney '91
Jamie Stanzler ’90
Norb Unger ’97
Scott Webster ’82
Cy Wilde ’80
CJ Young ’86

 

ABOUT HENRY B. SAWYER, JR. '32

The life of Henry B. Sawyer, Jr. stands as the physical embodiment of the statement of purpose of Belmont Hill School. The way Mr. Sawyer lived each day of his life represents the best example of those moral and intellectual values the School seeks to develop in its students. Personal integrity, sensitivity toward others, intellectual curiosity, self-sacrifice, sound reasoning, respect for others, sportsmanship, and a sense of responsibility toward the quality of life in the community were more than abstract concepts to Mr. Sawyer; they were a way of life and remain the mileposts of a life of quality, serenity, contribution, and meaning Belmont Hill strives toward for its students.