Main Line Kitchen Design recently participated in two key fundraisers for Chester County Futures.
Chester County Futures serves low-income Chester County students (Coatesville Area, Kennett Consolidated, Oxford Area and Phoenixville Area School Districts) motivated to earn a high school diploma and post-secondary degree in order to break out of the familial cycle of poverty and become meaningful contributors to the communities in which they live. All of their students are considered low-income by national standards.
Main Line Kitchen Design’s Ed Sossich misses Fall Golf Scramble Championship by 1 stroke!
Stop by our Havertown/Upper Darby location to meet Main Line Kitchen Design’s new Operations Manager and Ace Golfer, Ed Sossich. Most days, Ed will be designing kitchens and keeping the Main Line Kitchen Design “trains running on schedule”. One day, last month was a bit different as he represented us at Chester County Futures 2018 Fall Golf Scramble at Broad Run Golfer’s Club in West Chester, PA.
The tournament began with Main Line Kitchen Design sponsoring both the 14th hole and the watering hole (golfers beverage of choice). At the end of the day as scorecards were turned in, Ed and his foursome turned out to be the team to beat for the 80 tournament participants! Their -12 under par held up until one of the final teams reported and they took 2nd place, just 1 stroke off the championship.
Our Ace Golfer Ed missed out a second time on the 164 yard par 3 closest to the pin challenge. Ed’s shot landing 4’ 5” from the pin missed ‘closest to the pin’ by ½ an inch – AHH so close! We’ll get ‘em next year!
Shortly after the golf outing, Main Line Kitchen Design president Paul McAlary and Julie Meyer were honored to attend Chester County Futures Annual Wine Tasting and Dinner. Held in Malvern’s striking High Point, the event included multiple courses paired with expertly selected wines and spirits followed by a panel of Futures Students explaining the role of the program in their lives. The students represented numerous area universities including Penn State and Temple. They all had ambitious majors and both their accomplishments and aspirations are an absolute inspiration.
Before the event concluded, Paul and Julie learned that they had placed the winning bids on two silent auction items including an autographed photo of Carson Wentz throwing his first Eagles touchdown. We are honored to have contributed to such a rewarding cause and have this collectible on view at our Havertown office.
At Main Line Kitchen Design, we are all about creating great kitchen designs and helping our customers spend their budgets wisely. We are also about making our customers’ communities the best they can be and enjoy working with the many community organizations we are affiliated with.
With Thanksgiving approaching, we are thankful for our valued customers, our dedicated design team and that we can give to those in need.
Wishing everyone a heartfelt Thanksgiving …
…and of course…
Paul, Julie, Ed, John, Stacia, and Tom
Main Line Kitchen Design