The Feasterville Business Association recently presented grants to 20 communal and charitable organizations from proceeds raised from its 29th annual charity golf outing which was held last summer. The presentations were made at the beginning of the Lower Southampton Township supervisors meeting held at the township administration building located at 1500 Desire Avenue in Feasterville, PA. Pictured here at the event (from left) are Ed Shannon, vice chairman of the Lower Southampton board of supervisors and FBA golf committee chairperson, Charles Roman, president of the FBA, Dennis Markowitz, FBA treasurer and golf committee member, Guillaume Stewart, YMCA of Bucks County, Karen Madotto, vice president of the FBA and golf committee member, Elliot Kolodny, Youth Orchestra of Bucks County, Carol Skaziak, Throw Away Dogs, Rita G. Brouwer-Ancher, A Woman’s Place, Kate Sample, the Sunshine Foundation, JulieAnn Ody, the American Red Cross, Betty Heffron, the Neshaminy Activities Center, Bill Wiegman, Drug Council of Southeastern, PA and the Bucks County Hero Scholarship Fund, Linda Peters, Friends of the Lower Southampton Library, Denise Trimble, Legacy of Life Foundation, Mary Jo May, Special Equestrians, Bob Sterner, Lower Southampton Athletic Association, Rose McMenamin, Playwicki Farm Foundation, Tracy Freels, FBA financial secretary golf committee member, Patrice Luongo, Playwicki Farm Foundation, and Kathy Shannon, Legacy of Life Foundation. Also receiving grants but not pictured were Sean/Me and the Darren Daulton Foundation. Grants were additionally made for the FBA’s college scholarships, annual Easter egg hunt and holiday gift baskets for needy families. Since its inception, the FBA charity golf outing has raised more than $300,000 for communal and charitable endeavors. Now in its 71st anniversary year, the mission of the FBA is to promote growth and progress for the betterment of the community. For further information, you can email email@example.com or visit them on the web at www.feasterville.biz.