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Putting green pops up in MetroTech

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MetroTech office workers had the chance to do a little golfing during their lunch hour on June 19, thanks to Aberdeen Asset Management and the City Parks Foundation. The passersby who completed the highest number putts will find out if he or she won a free set of golf clubs at the Aberdeen Putting Challenge, which is taking place all over the city this summer. Aberdeen Asset Management is an investment solution company from Scotland, the birthplace of golf, and the promotion raises funds for CityParks Golf, a free instructional program for 3,500 urban kids. Pictured left to right are: Alison Tocci, president of the City Parks Foundation; Celia Weintrob, publisher of The Brooklyn Paper; Amy Molinero, City Parks Foundation consultant; and a City Parks assistant.

Posted 7:27 pm, July 3, 2013
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