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Make a Donation in Honor of Steven Cadranel
The MJCCA’s golf tournament is the agency’s largest annual fundraising event. Each year, The MJCCA BB&T Harry Maziar Classic honors an outstanding member of the MJCCA whose leadership and dedication has helped shape Atlanta's vibrant Jewish community. Proceeds from the tournament provide scholarships for individuals and families in need, ensuring that our innovative programs and vital services are accessible to everyone in our community.
The MJCCA is a non-profit 501(c)(3) organization. Our tax ID is 58-0566126.
This year, the MJCCA is proud to honor, Steven Cadranel, owner and president of Arris Realty Partners. Steven is a past president, active board member, and recipient of the MJCCA’s prestigious Erwin Zaban Bridge Builder Award. He is currently on the Jewish Federation of Greater Atlanta Board and has served on the Jewish Community Center Association of North America’s National Board.
Steven is also a member of the International Council of Shopping Centers, a life member of the Atlanta Chamber of Commerce, and a director of TWO Capital Partners, an apartment development company. He is a trustee and Executive Committee member of the Kennesaw State University Foundation and chair of its Real Estate Committee. He is also a recipient of the foundation’s Claris C. Bagwell award for Distinguished Service and the Erwin Zaban Entrepreneurial Spirit Award.
Join us for The MJCCA BB&T Harry Maziar Classic and show your appreciation to Steven for his outstanding dedication and leadership. You will also be supporting the mission of the MJCCA, and helping ensure that scholarships are available to families in our community.
For more information or to become a sponsor, contact Erika Barnes at 678.812.4144.
2019 Host Committee
Tournament Chair: David Kusiel
Tournament Co-Chair: Doug Kuniansky
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2018 Tournament Winners
Putting contest: Heath Campbell
Longest drive: Billi Marcus, Glen Miciotta
Hole-in-one winners: Cary Halpern, Rob Sunderland