2017

CAS Golfers Raise Scholarship Money at Baiting Hollow Country Club, July 10, 2017

The Annual CAS Golf Outing held on July 10th at the Baiting Hollow Country Club was a huge success with public school administrators from across Long Island participating. The day-long event included breakfast in the club house just before teeing off, a round of golf on one of Long Island’s most beautiful private courses followed by a cocktail hour and a sumptuous buffet dinner in Giorgio’s. After dinner awards for the event were presented along with a Chinese auction and door prizes.

The North Babylon Administrators’ foursome had the “Lowest Gross Score” of the day and won a CAS Scholarship of $500.00 for their district to be dispersed at the discretion of the unit next June.   Pictured above are Michael Biesiadecki, John Hall, Rich Del Gaudio and Ryan Thomas.

The Levittown Administrators’ foursome (l. to r.) of Tony Goss, John Zampaglione, Joe Sheehan, and John Avena won two $250 CAS Scholarships for seniors graduating from Levittown in 2018. John Avena won the award for the “Closest to the Pin” shot and Tony Goss won the award for the “Longest Drive” of the day.

Overall, we enjoyed another perfect day to relax, network and play golf with friends and colleagues on one of Long Island’s most attractive private golf courses.  Once again this year, special thanks to Demetria Marino, Brad Stuhler and Tony Laurino for the time and effort they put into making this another memorable CAS event! This year’s event could not have been a success without the tremendous energy, dedication and creativity of Golf Committee Chair, Christine DiPaolo!

We look forward to seeing everyone again next summer!

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2016

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2015

Council of Administrators and Supervisors Third Annual Golf Outing

Baiting Hollow Country Club, July 13, 2015

Golf outing 2015

The 3rd Annual CAS Golf Outing at the Baiting Hollow Country Club held on July 13th was a huge success with nearly one hundred school administrators from across Long Island participating. The day-long event included a barbecue on the club house patio just before teeing off, a round of golf on one of Long Island’s most beautiful private courses followed by a cocktail hour in the club house and a tasty buffet dinner in the dining room. After dinner awards for the event were presented and door prizes raffled off.

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The North Babylon Administrator’s foursome had the “Lowest Gross Score” of the day and won a CAS Scholarship of $1,000.00 for their district to be dispersed at the discretion of the unit next June.   Pictured above are Ryan Thomas, Rich Del Gaudio, John Hall, and Michael Biesiadecki.

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CAS President, Skip Voorneveld presenting Jim Bloomgarden, Principal of the North Side Elementary School in the East Williston School District, with the award for the “Closest to the Pin” shot.

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CAS President, Skip Voorneveld presenting Paul Trause of the Half Hollow Hills Administrators foursome with the award for the “Longest Drive” of the day. Baiting Hollow GolfOverall, we enjoyed another perfect day to relax, network and play golf with friends and colleagues on one of Long Island’s most attractive private golf courses.  Once again this year, special thanks to Golf Committee Chair, Christine DiPaola, Demetria Marino, Brad Stuhler and Tony Laurino for the time and effort they put into making this another memorable CAS event!

We look forward to seeing everyone again next summer!

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2014

Council of Administrators and Supervisors Second Annual Golf Outing

Baiting Hollow Country Club, July 14, 2014

The 2nd Annual CAS Golf Outing at the Baiting Hollow Country Club held on July 14th was a huge success with nearly one hundred school administrators from across Long Island participating. The day-long event included a barbecue on the club house patio just before teeing off, a round of golf on one of Long Island’s most beautiful private courses followed by a cocktail hour in the club house and a tasty buffet dinner in the dining room. After dinner awards for the event were presented and door prizes raffled off.

The Sachem Administrator’s foursome had the “Lowest Gross Score” of the day and won a CAS Scholarship of $1,000.00 for their district to be dispersed at the discretion of the unit next June. Pictured above (left to right) are Pete Blieberg, Michael Saidens, Matt Wells, CAS President, Tony Laurino, and Dennis Maloney.

CAS President, Tony Laurino, presenting Andy Greene, Principal of the Candlewood Middle School in the Half Hollow Hills School District, the award for the shot “Closest to the Pin”.

CAS President, Tony Laurino, presenting Linda Norton, Principal of the Stewart Elementary School in the Garden City School District, the award for the “Longest Drive” of the day.

Overall, we enjoyed perfect weather for a relaxing round of golf with friends and colleagues on one of Long Island’s most attractive private golf courses. Once again this year, special thanks to Demetria Marino, Brad Stuhler and Tony Laurino for the time and effort they put into making this another memorable CAS event! Maybe next year someone will be lucky enough to win that beautiful Infinity with a hole in one.

We look forward to seeing everyone again next summer!

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2013

Council of Administrators and Supervisors

1st Annual Golf Outing

Baiting Hollow Country Club, July 15, 2013

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The 1st Annual CAS Golf Outing at the Baiting Hollow Country Club on July 15th was a huge success despite the mid 90 degree temperatures throughout the day. Nearly one hundred CAS members participated in this day-long event that included lunch, a round of golf on one of Long Island’s most beautiful private courses, and a sumptuous buffet dinner.

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After dinner, golf trophies were awarded by CAS attorneys Brad Stuhler (l) and Mike Starvaggi (r) to Brian Simpson from Commack for “Lowest Net Score”; Andy Greene from Half Hollow Hills for “Closest to the Pin”; Steve Lando from Great Neck for the “Longest Drive”: and Rob Rose from Smithtown for the “Lowest Gross Score”.

Overall, it was a great day for a relaxing round of golf with friends and colleagues in a stunning setting after a strenuous and taxing school year! Special thanks to Demetria Marino, Brad Stuhler and Tony Laurino for the time and effort they put into making this inaugural event memorable for all who participated!