Charity golf event held at Sleepy Hollow Country Club for Joe Torre’s Safe at Home Foundation

Golfers played a charity event at the Sleepy

Golfers played a charity event at the Sleepy Hollow Country Club in Scarborough to benefit former Yankees manager Joe Torre's Safe At Home Foundation. (Credit: News 12 )

SCARBOROUGH - Politicians, former Yankees and others grabbed their clubs today to raise domestic violence awareness.

Golfers played a charity event at the Sleepy Hollow Country Club in Scarborough to benefit former Yankees manager Joe Torre's Safe At Home Foundation.

Torre's foundation creates centers called Margaret's Place, which provide a safe room for students to go if they need counseling.

There are currently a dozen Margaret's Places in New York City and Los Angeles. Torre said he hopes to build another with the money raised today.

 

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