CLC Announces 8th Annual Golf Outing May 30 at The Stanwich Club

Children’s Learning Centers of Fairfield County (CLC) announces registration is now open for their 8th Annual Golf Outing at The Stanwich Club in Greenwich, CT, on Thursday, May 30.

Tom Goldberg and Golf Chair Bob Rahilly, Day Pitney Partners. Photo: Cara Gilbride/Callalily Studios

Spend the day with friends and clients on an exceptional day of mission, golf, food, and fundraising that will help CLC prepare hundreds of young children for kindergarten and a lifetime of learning.

The 8th Annual Outing will begin at 9:00 am with a shotgun start. The all-inclusive Tournament includes breakfast, golf, greens fees, on-course contests, and a luncheon reception.

Currently ranked as the #1 Golf Course in the State by Golf Digest, The Stanwich Club has hosted several PGA, USGA, AJGA, and Collegiate local and national championships. Stanwich also hosts an annual international invitational tournament, The Farrell, with both male and female divisions each September.

“I am excited to Chair CLC’s Golf Outing once again for a fun day in which philanthropy and golf come together,” said Bob Rahilly. Rahilly is a member of CLC’s Leadership Council and a Partner at Day Pitney.

To register for the 8th Annual Outing or to support CLC, go to the following page:

Sponsors to date include Presenting Sponsor Day Pitney LLP, Title Sponsor Emcor Group, Inc., and Luncheon Sponsor USI Insurance Services. Stamford Magazine/Moffly Media is the media sponsor. Cadillac of Greenwich is sponsoring a Hole in One Contest with a chance to win $10,000. Additional sponsorship opportunities are available.

“CLC’s Golf Outing raises critical funding to support our programs and helps ensure that children have access to quality early learning regardless of their family’s income level,” stated CLC Board Chair Noah Lapine.

Questions? Please contact: Katherine Escalante, Phone: 203-653-1321. Email:

Children’s Learning Centers provides early childhood education and care with direct services and programs focused on health, nutrition, and family support for children six weeks old – eligible for kindergarten. The nonprofit agency is accredited by the National Association for the Education of Young Children (NAEYC) and approved by Head Start.