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ACNV Receives $5,000 Donation From Frys.com Open

Dec. 10, 2014 | Arts Council Napa Valley

Arts Council Napa Valley has received a generous $5,000 contribution from the Frys.com Open at Silverado Resort as one of the events selected local charity. 
Frys.com Open Tournament Chairperson and Fry’s Electronics Co-Founder, Kathy Kolder announced Monday that the 2014 Frys.com Open will award $1,000,000 from tournament proceeds to a number of designated charities. The tournament has awarded more than $7,000,000 to charity since inception. “We are pleased with the success of the 2014 Frys.com Open at Silverado,” said Kolder. “Our thanks go out to our Northern California community, the dedicated volunteers and our generous sponsors who make this event." 
The Frys.com Open’s primary beneficiary is The American Institute of Mathematics (AIM), a San Jose-based organization whose mission is to advance mathematical knowledge through collaboration, to broaden participation in mathematics, and to increase the awareness of the contributions of mathematics to society. Other beneficiaries include The First Tee of Silicon Valley, Northern California Golf Association Foundation, Special Olympics of Northern California, Queen of the Valley Foundation, Johnny Miller Junior Golf Foundation, and several Napa Valley community charities.
About Frys.com Open
The Frys.com Open is the lead tournament on the PGA TOUR’S FedExCup schedule. Launched in 2006, the Frys.com Open is an official PGA TOUR tournament benefiting many local and national charities that are working to improve the lives of others. Title sponsor Fry’s Electronics is a privately owned retailer with 34 nationwide locations headquartered in San Jose, California. More information is available on FrysOpenGolf.com or on

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