Sister Joan Scholarship Golf Tournament

Welcome to the Sister Joan Scholarship Golf Tournament, presented by the Friends of Holy Cross! Join us on...

Tuesday, June 8, 2021

Burlington Country Club
170 Burrs Road
Mount Holly, NJ 08060

  • 11:00am Check-in
  • 12:00pm Lunch Barbecue
  • 12:30pm Golf Shotgun Start
  • 5:30pm Open Bar, Hor D'oeuvres and Awards

All monies raised at this event will benefit the Sister Joan Companick Scholarship Fund and the Holy Cross Alumni Scholarship Fund. We thank you for your generous support of our current Lancers.

If you have any questions about the Sister Joan Golf Tournament, please contact Karen Coyle Myers '84 at (609)828-0384, or via email.

Sister Joan Scholarship Golf Tournament FLYER


Online Registration is now closed. If you would like to play of be a sponsor, please contact Karen Coyle Myers '84 at (609)828-0384, or via email.


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Sister Joan Companick Scholarship Information


GOLFER FEES

$190 per person - Includes Lunch, Use of Practice Facilities Before Round, Round of Golf with Cart (shotgun start), Longest Drive and Closest-To-Pin competitions, Scoring, Post-Round Open Bar Cocktail Hour and Hor d'oeuvres, Awards Ceremony

$35 per person - ONLY Post-Round Open Bar Cocktail Hour and Hor d'oeuvres, Awards Ceremony


SPONSORSHIP OPPORTUNITIES

Grand Tournament Sponsor - $7,500 - Includes 2 foursomes (8 golfers), identification as outing host on all event communications (advertising, press releases, Holy Cross Prep website and social media), Grand Entrance Banner, Eight (8) Dynamic GPS Ads*


Golf Car Sponsor - $3,000 - Includes 1 foursomes (4 golfers), identification as one of the tournament sponsors on all event communications (advertising, press releases, Holy Cross Prep website and social media), signage within golf cart, Four (4) Dynamic GPS Ads*


Lunch Sponsor - $2,000 - Includes 1 foursomes (4 golfers), identification as one of one of the outing sponsors on all event communications (advertising, press releases, Holy Cross Prep website and social media) signage at Lunch Event, Four (4) Dynamic GPS Ads*


Cocktail Reception Sponsor - $2,000 - Includes 1 foursomes (4 golfers), identification as one of the tournament sponsors on all event communications (advertising, press releases, Holy Cross Prep website and social media) signage at Cocktail Reception, Four (4) Dynamic GPS Ads*


Putting Green Sponsor - $1,500 - Includes 1 foursomes (4 golfers), identification as one of the tournament sponsors on all event communications (advertising, press releases, Holy Cross Prep website and social media) signage at Putting Green, Two (2) Dynamic GPS Ads*


Beverage Cart Sponsor - $1,500 - Includes 1 foursomes (4 golfers), identification as one of the tournament sponsors on all event communications (advertising, press releases, Holy Cross Prep website and social media) signage on Beverage Cart, Two (2) Dynamic GPS Ads*


Hole Sponsor - $100 Each - Your 18"x24" sign on specified hole, identification as one of the tournament sponsors on all event communications (advertising, press releases, Holy Cross Prep website and social media).


ADVERTISING

Dynamic GPS Ads - $150 Each - Your digital message will display on the Golf Car GPS screen for a specified area.*


*About Dynamic GPS Advertising - All Burlington Country Club golf cars include the YAMATRACK GPS system. Besides displaying yardages and tips, they also offer advertising opportunities while golfers play.  The average display time of each ad is nearly 14 minutes... promoting your business, products and services to a high-profile desired demographic!


ABOUT SISTER JOAN COMPANICK

Sister Joan Companick was born and educated in Trenton, New Jersey. A natural athlete, she played every sport open to girls in the 1950’s while maintaining a high academic record at Cathedral High School, Trenton.

In 1953 she entered the Sisters of Mercy in North Plainfield and was assigned to teach in grammar schools in Collingswood and later Atlantic City. She was sent to Phillipsburg Catholic High School in 1965 where she returned to sports as a basketball coach.

In 1953 she entered the Sisters of Mercy in North Plainfield and was assigned to teach in grammar schools in Collingswood and later Atlantic City. She was sent to Phillipsburg Catholic High School in 1965 where she returned to sports as a basketball coach. In 1968 Sister was assigned to Camden Catholic High School. Sister turned to officiating basketball, hockey, softball and lacrosse.

Sister Joan saw a need for organized sports programs for students of grammar school age and in CYO groups. She worked tirelessly to ensure that girls in all levels were given opportunities and recognition for their successes.

In 1981 Sister Joan began a battle with cancer. Forced to give up teaching for a year, she returned as Guidance Counselor at Holy Cross High School in 1983. With characteristic enthusiasm and remarkable energy, she quickly got involved in all aspects of the school, directly supporting, encouraging and being a friend to all. Sister became Guidance Director in 1984.

Her death in 1986 cut short a life of dedicated service, but she is remembered by all who were privileged to know her and know about her.

The Sister Joan Companick Scholarship was founded by her brother in 1989, to honor his sister whom he loved dearly. Sadly, Robert passed away in March 2017, but his support for his sister and for Catholic education lives on.

"Rejoice in the Lord always." Sister Joan Companick R.S.M.

SISTER JOAN COMPANICK SCHOLARSHIP INFORMATION

Some of the proceeds from the Sister Joan Scholarship Golf Tournament go into an account benefitting Holy Cross Preparatory students through the Sister Joan Memorial Scholarship. Other proceeds go to the Friends of Holy Cross, and used to grow that organization and/or present alumni grants to graduating eight graders.

Each year, one incoming freshman is awarded a scholarship based on the following criteria:

  • Have demonstrated leadership skills and involvement in school and/or parish activities.
  • Have demonstrated academic excellence in the 7th & 8th grades.

Students qualifying are asked to write an essay on various current topics with the winner chosen by the selection committee.