Philanthropy is par for the course
Eighty Four, Pennsylvania-based 84 Lumber and its vendor partners donated more than $130,000 to the Westmoreland / Fayette Boy Scout Council after hosting the Joe Hardy 84 Lumber Golf Invitational.
The event was held at Neacolin Woodlands Resort, and it has been raising funds for the Boy Scouts of America since 1989.
“The Joe Hardy 84 Lumber Golf Invitational is an important event for us each year,” said 84 Lumber president and owner Maggie Hardy Magerko. “Together with the Boy Scouts, and our partners, we can make a difference in communities throughout the region.”
The event was held Monday Aug. 21-22, with more than 200 attendees participating. The participants and attendees included sponsors from across the country, associates from 84 Lumber and Nemacolin Woodlands, and troop leaders and boy scouts from the Westmoreland / Fayette Boy Scout Council.
The Joe Hardy 84 Lumber Golf Invitational is one of 84 Lumber’s largest philanthropic endeavors each year, the company said.