Date: May 29, 2018
Chaney Enterprises raised over $55,000 for the American Cancer Society and substance abuse and cancer research at its 19th Annual Babe & Dick Chaney Memorial Golf Tournament.
The sold-out tournament, held at Old South Country Club in Lothian, Md., included a putting contest to kick off the day and was followed by the golf tournament. Attendees then stayed for dinner and awards at the Club. Chaney also debuted its new concrete mixer truck with the company’s anti-opioid messaging.
“At Chaney, we take pride in delivering exceptional products and services, while demonstrating commitment to our people, our communities, and our environment,” said Francis “Hall” Chaney, III, president of Chaney Enterprises. “This tournament is a way for people to come together, have a good time and play some golf, all while raising funds for terrific causes. We are humbled by the generosity and participation of others and are already excited about our 20th Annual Babe & Dick Chaney Memorial Golf Tournament next year.”
Sponsors of the 19th Annual Babe & Dick Memorial Golf Tournament included Aggregate Industries, Alban CAT, BALTIMORE POTOMAC TRUCK CENTERS, CohnReznick LLP, Columbia Rubber Corp., Community Bank of the Chesapeake, Dewberry, GCP Applied Technologies, Greenberg Gibbons, Hogan Companies, Howard Bank, Lehigh Cement Company, Lennar, Luck Stone, Meinhardt Properties, Mellott Company, The Pete Store, PNC Bank, PPC Lubricants, RBC Wealth Management, Reliable Contracting Company, Inc., Rhinehart Railroad Construction, Inc., Ribera Development, The SEFA Group, Silver Companies, St. John Properties, Inc., Soltesz, Inc., and Vulcan Materials Company.
The Chaney Foundation, the philanthropic arm of Chaney Enterprises, seeks to make a concrete contribution to positively affect the well-bring of the communities it serves by investing human and financial resources. Grants are given in the communities that align with the company’s market footprint and focuses on arts and culture, education, the environment, health, workforce development, and safe workplace.