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Left to right Mr. Gaddafi Ismail-Deputy Chair-PGC, handing over the cheque to Mrs. Orlee Kahn, Director of Planned Giving, International Center for Spinal Cord Injury, Kennedy Krieger Institute-Baltimore,MD,USA.
Left to right Mr. Gaddafi Ismail-Deputy Chair-PGC, handing over the cheque to
Mrs. Orlee Kahn, Director of Planned Giving, International Center for
Spinal Cord Injury, Kennedy Krieger Institute-Baltimore,MD,USA.

Quadrangle Magazine will cover the proceedings of forthcoming Peterite Golf Classics The 4th Annual Peterite Golf Classic charity golf tournament organized by St. Peter’s College OBU of Washington D.C. (SPCOBUWDC) will be held on
July 18th at Virginia Oaks Golf course in Gainesville, Virginia, USA. The event
will be conducted by the PGA staff of Virginia Oaks and organizer’s expects
the event to be well attended by players and guests, including teams represented by Sri Lankan Schools.

Since the inaugural PGC in 2012, SPCOBUWDC has donated over 10,000.00 USD to different pediatric charities. The two beneficiaries of last year’s PGC were St. Peter’s College Career Guidance Center in Colombo 4, Sri Lanka, and the Kennedy Krieger Institute in Baltimore, USA. As in past very attractive prizes will be offered by SPCOBUWDC to any of the hole-in-one winners with last year’s marquee prize being a Nissan 350 Z coupe. There was also a $100,000.00 hole-in-one shootout prize to the raffle ticket winner. In addition, Return Airv Tickets, LCD TV’s and many more prizes will be on offer. More details could be found at www.peteritegolfclassic.com Pictures shows the donation of funds to the St. Peter’s College Career Guidance Center in Colombo 4, Sri Lanka, and the Kennedy Krieger Institute in Baltimore, USA.

Left to right Mr. Gaddafi Ismail-Deputy Chair-PGC, handing over the cheque to
Mrs. Orlee Kahn, Director of Planned Giving, International Center for Spinal Cord Injury, Kennedy Krieger Institute-Baltimore,MD,USA. Left to right Mr. Asela Lihinikaduwa – Chairman Old Boys’ Union House and Mr. Romeish De Mel – President, Old Boys’ Union, St Peter’s College, Colombo, Sri Lanka accepting the
cheque from Mr. Gaddafi Ismail-Deputy Chair, Peterite Golf Classic.

This year’s event is also endorsed by former Sri Lankan Cricketer Muttaih
Muralitharan, former Sri Lanka Cricket Captain Kumar Sangakkara and current Sri Lanka Cricket Captain Angelo Mathews. To initiate support for worthwhile
projects of this nature elevating the standards especially for improved health care and career guidance opportunities for students are hugely admirable particularly in the context of not forgetting one’s own nation as well as your alma mater whilst being overseas. Such contributions collectively will enable a positive
change that we all aspire to achieve for the greater well-being of our people.

“All Happiness in the world arises from the wish for other’s happiness” Muthiah Muralitharan.

PGC-2014-(-donation)
Left to right Mr. Asela Lihinikaduwa-Chairman Old Boys’ Union House and Mr. Romeish De Mel- President,Old Boys’ Union, St Peter’s College, Colombo, Sri Lanka accepting the cheque from Mr. Gaddafi Ismail-Deputy Chair, Peterite Golf Classic.

 

The vision and effort of St. Peter’s College OBU Washington, D.C. – SPCOBUWDC in organizing golf tournaments to channel funds to children related causes, is commendable. SPCOBUWDC has contributed over $16,000 to different children’s charities in Sri Lanka and USA since the inaugural 2012
tournament. The 4th annual Peterite Golf Classic – Charity Tournament at Virginia Oaks in July 2015 will have attractive prizes and exciting competitions and we encourage golfers of all ranks to participate in the tournament and help to make a difference in the lives of children. “We wish SPCOBUWDC all success in their fund raising efforts.” Angelo Mathews, Sri Lanka Cricket Captain and Kumar Sangakkara former Sri Lanka Cricket Captain.

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