As we are unable to host the annual Joshua Bent Memorial Scholarship golf tournament this year due to COVID-19, we are seeking donations and appreciate your continued support. It is because of so many generous donations that our annual tournament has been so successful. In 11 years we have raised over $300,000 and provided scholarship seed money for a number of young men and women to pursue a career in Architecture at The Wentworth Institute. Although we are greatly disappointed to miss our 12th year at Whitney Farms GG, we are hopeful that your generosity will enable us to continue supporting our scholarship recipients.
Save the Date! Our 13th Annual Golf Tournament is scheduled for June 26, 2021
$175 per person | $700 foursome
includes: course fees, cart lunch,
dinner & refreshments
($75 for dinner only)
Become a Sponsor!
Gold Tee: $500 Blue Tee: $250
White Tee: $100
Boosters: $75, $50, $25
12:00 Check In & Lunch, 1:00 Shotgun Tee Off
5:30 Dinner, Prizes, Raffles & Mike Riccio Sports Auction
Refreshments will be served throughout the day
175 Shelton Road (Rte. 110), Monroe CT. For directions and course info, visit www.whitneyfarmsgc.com
For more information, contact Frank Bent at (203) 261.0565 or firstname.lastname@example.org
at Whitney Farms Golf Course, Monroe CT
In memory of Josh...
It was clear even when he was young that Josh Bent was going to be an architect. As a small boy growing up in Monroe, CT, he was a regular on job sites with his father’s general contracting company. He would pick up cut-offs, sweep sawdust, and learn first hand how houses were built. By the third grade, he was drawing floor plans and blueprints so skillfully that both his parents and teachers knew what his career path would be.
When Josh died on May 29, 2007, his family decided to establish the Joshua D. Bent Memorial Scholarship Fund to provide students with the same drive for success and opportunity to fulfill their academic and professional dreams.
The annual golf tournament has raised over $300,000 and provided scholarship money for a number of young men and women to pursue a career in architecture at the Wentworth Institute of Technology.