Upcoming Events

2022 Sam Urzetta Classic

There is One slot available for the 18-hole event!

There are many slots still available for the 9 - hole event!
Please let Tom Quinzi know by Friday, July 15th if you'd like to play. 

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Please understand that team slots are reserved on a first come first served basis upon Tom Quinzi's receipt of your completed registration form and check.

Thank you to those who have already signed up!

2022 Sam Urzetta Alumni Classic
  • Purpose:
    • To bring Alumni together in an event based on the exceptionally strong ER golf tradition
    • To raise funds in support of ER Schools and ultimately the greater ER community
  • Date:Monday, July 25 (follows the ERFD Carnival Long Weekend)
  • Location:Ravenwood Golf Club (RGC), an award winning facility with some of the best golf in the Finger Lakes region (https://www.ravenwoodgolf.com)
  • Options:In order to accommodate more golfers and to provide an option for a less intensive experience, there will be two events:18-hole morning tournament and 9-hole afternoon tournament.Both share:
    • Lunch buffet in between the two events
    • Open golf range prior to start
    • “Visage GPS” installed in modern electric carts
    • 4 - person team scramble
    • Closest to the pin skill contests
  • Option 1:18-hole Tournament, Cost:$125/golfer, includes
    • 8 AM shotgun start
    • Awards for first 3 places
    • Breakfast sandwich at registration
  • Option 2:9-hole Tournament, Cost:$100/golfer, includes
    • 2 PM shotgun start
    • Awards for first 3 places
    • Hand passed appetizers after golf
  • Other opportunities to participate
    • Tickets will be available to purchase for Sam’s “targeted” raffle of major prizes
    • Putting contest
    • Mulligan hole
  • Adult beverages will be available for purchase directly from RGC


Working with Ravenwood’s expert staff, we will work to ensure safe and truly enjoyable events.  Registration is now open.  Space will be limited to the first 34 foursomes to sign up for each of the morning (18-hole) and afternoon (9-hole) options, so please register as soon as possible to secure your spot in this year’s tournament. Registration forms will be emailed to previous participants who shared email addresses.  

Here is a link to the printable Registration Form:   Registration for 2022 SUAC


Thank you


Tom Quinzi ‘80

ERAF, President

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Did you have a special person that made a positive difference in your life growing up, someone that shared experiences and helped guide you along the way?  Do you want to give back to the community that helped raise you?  If so, we have an opportunity for you to help at ER Alumni Connection Day 2019.  For the last few years, our ER School Administration, in conjunction with our ER Alumni Foundation, has held the annual Mid-Level Alumni Connection Day.  On behalf of the alumni that have participated, I can say that these events have not only been huge successes, but have become a new tradition at ER Schools.  Think of it as a mini Moving Up Day for the JR High.

Consistent with an East Rochester Alumni Foundation goal “to help build a stronger school system, a stronger community, and a stronger future for all East Rochester students” the ERAF will be once again assisting the ER Administration with this year’s Mid-Level Alumni Connection Day to be held at the East Rochester school complex on Thursday, June 6.  We are looking for alumni volunteers for any or all activities.  The event runs approximately from 8:30 AM to 2:30 PM, including a picnic lunch prepared by the ER Culinary students, but Alumni participation is mainly in the morning and alumni are not required to stay for the whole event.  Alumni should be prepared to briefly discuss how their ER education and experiences helped prepare them for life after graduation, and advise students on how to make the most of their years at ER schools.  

I realize that this may be a work day for many, but you may find this a good excuse to take some time off.  Please let me know if you are able and willing to help.  Please feel free to forward this note to others that you think would be interested in participating.  Thanks

Tom Quinzi '80