Red River Hosts 10th Annual Charity Golf Classic

Red River Awards Local Scholarship Recipients and Supports STEM Education in N.H.

CLAREMONT, N.H. and RESTON, Va. – July 21, 2016 ‐ Red River, a leading technology integrator, hosted its 10th Annual Charity Golf Classic at the Quechee Club’s 2 championship golf courses in Vermont on July 14th. The yearly tournament is the primary fundraiser for the Red River Charitable Foundation (RRCF), Red River’s non‐profit 501 (c)(3) charitable organization.

“We’ve seen our Annual Golf Classic grow each year in both size and sponsor generosity, and our 10th anniversary topped all expectations,” said Kim Vacca, Director of the Red River Charitable Foundation. “Everyone is excited to spend the day out on the golf course, but positively impacting the lives of our scholarship recipients is what the RRCF is all about.”

In addition to supporting US military veterans transitioning to civilian life, RRCF provides opportunities for students in middle school through college interested in Science, Technology, Engineering and Math (STEM) fields with scholarships, internships, mentoring and donations of IT equipment.

Red River’s scholarship recipients and their families were the guests of honor at the 10th Annual Golf Classic. The students underwent a lengthy application process and received monetary awards from RRCF for college tuition and books. The RRCF team also surprised the students with new Dell laptops and printers.

This year’s scholarship recipients included 6 students from area high schools. From Fall Mountain Regional High School two students were recognized. Paul Beliveau, is headed to the University of Massachusetts Lowell to major in Mechanical Engineering and Robotics, and Macane Dunbar will be attending the Rochester Institute of Technology to study Computer Science. Ryan Shattuck of Stevens High School is headed to Plymouth State University to study Computer Science. Recipients from Hartford High School are Hunter Brooks, who will study Computer Security and Information Assurance at Norwich University, and Paige Kehoe, who is off to Wheaton College to study Neuroscience. From Windsor High School, Nicholas Kapuscinski will be attending Worcester Polytechnic Institute to major in Mechanical Engineering.

Rick Bolduc, Red River CEO said, “I was thrilled to be able to celebrate our 10th Annual RRCF Charity Golf Classic with this year’s students and sponsors. I applaud the Foundation for finding such outstanding students from all across New Hampshire. We couldn’t be more pleased by the continued generosity of our partners and local business owners for their ongoing support of our tournament.”

Corporate sponsors who took part in the tournament and generously donated items for the raffle and auction included Bluecoat and Splunk, and the Student Awardee Sponsor was Dell. Other event sponsors included Landmark Benefits, Cisco, Comstor, Mascoma Bank, Ingram Micro, Edgewater, Simplivity, Level3, Winthrop, Elite Technical Service, Key Government Finance, ImmixGroup, Avnet, Fujitsu, Aptris, Lehigh Technical Service, Cushmand & Wakefield, First Light Fiber, Motorola, PropelMG, FSPR, Cyrus One, Wolf & Co., RMS, HPE, HPI, Cleveland, Waters & Bass, Crown Point Cabinetry, Landmark Benefits, Hersey Insurance, Wells Fargo, Fusion Storm, Service Now, Emerald Green Cleaning, Tyler, Simms & St. Sauveur, CPAs.

About Red River
Founded on the core values of hard work, honesty and integrity, Red River is a leading technology integrator. The company’s technology expertise and mission-critical experience helps its customers optimize their business processes and enhance the value of their technology investments. Red River earned its reputation as a leading technology integrator by delivering best-in-class security, network and cloud solutions to military, intelligence and civilian agencies and the companies that serve them. We combine an uncommon work ethic with exceptional service to deliver performance beyond expectations to its customers, partners and suppliers. Follow Red River on Twitter at @ThinkRed. For more information please call 800.769.3060 or visit www.redriver.com.

For more information on the Red River Charitable Foundation please visit their website or follow them on Facebook.

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