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

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

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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