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From the Golf Course to the Bowling Alley

As Team CohnReznick prepared for their annual JA Bowl-a-Thon, the long-time supporters took to the golf course first to make sure their fundraising efforts were on par.

A week before their JA Bowl-a-Thon date, about 50 golfers hit the green in support of JA kids at Greystone Golf Course.

“The golf outing has historically been good for employee morale and encouraging camaraderie amongst our fellow co-workers all the while supporting one of our charity partners,” said John Malek, Audit Senior Associate at CohnReznick.

Malek, who led the golf outing, is no stranger to JA.

“I have supported Junior Achievement through the annual JA Bowl-a-Thon since I started at CohnReznick over 5 years ago,” added Malek. “I thought it was a great opportunity to combine the two, selecting JA as this year’s charity recipient of the proceeds.”

This internal outing raised about $2,000, which CohnReznick employees added to their overall JA Bowl-a-Thon fundraising of over $4,300, which garnered them the “Top Fundraiser” winner from their event.

Now, CohnReznick can proudly display their trophy for all to see!

Kristy Memphis is currently a marketing intern at JA of Central Maryland. She is a Communication, Technology, and Culture major at Bridgewater College, and a Political Science minor. She will graduate with a Bachelor of Science in May 2020.

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