Five Acres Announces its 34th Annual Golf Classic Co-Chairs

Event to be held on September 19 at San Gabriel Country Club
Published on Sep 14, 2022

Top Row from Left to Right: Five Acres 34th Annual Golf Classic & Dinner Golf Committee are comprised of Rustin Mork, John Berger, Joey Reaume, Brad Reaume, Danny Reaume, Nick Mosquites, Kevin Botsford, and Joey Angiuli. Committee members not pictured are Jennifer Berger, Jason Berns, Travis Buhl, Anthony Cannizzo, Brian Dennis, Ryan Dietz, Whit Gilfillan, Bill Hayden, Chris Hoshek, Brandon Ito, Will Nash, Guillermo Olaiz, Lance Polverini, Bob Rodger, Craig Stewart, and Scott Street.

Five Acres announces its Studio 50-FORE 34th Annual Golf Classic led by Co-chairs Danny Reaume and Joey Reaume. The disco-themed golf tournament and dining event on September 19 will take place at the San Gabriel Country Club located at 350 East Hermosa Drive San Gabriel, CA 91775.

Brothers Danny Reaume, senior vice president at Jones Lang LaSalle, and Joey Reaume, first vice president at Colliers International, have been officially part of the Five Acres Golf committee for more than six years and fourth year as co-chairs but have been a part of Five Acres and the golf tournament for many years prior. This event is a family affair for the Reaumes, who were introduced by their father, Brad Reaume, executive vice president of Bolton & Company, the title sponsor of the golf classic, as well as former Tournament Chair and current committee member.

“We are thrilled to celebrate our 134 years of strengthening families in crisis with our Five Acres family and friends at this much-anticipated event with Danny and Joey leading the tee off,” said Five Acres Chief Advancement Officer Jennifer Berger. “We’re also thankful for our sponsors and underwriters who have continued to support us year after year at this event, which raises money for our programs that serve more than 7,000 children and families.”

While disco left its legacy on America’s culture, the Five Acres Golf Classic has left its own legacy, raising more than $4.2 million in critical funds supporting foster care, adoption and mental health services for kids and families in crisis in Los Angeles.

The event’s program includes a round of golf for day participants followed in the evening with an awards ceremony, a DJ to bring back the Studio 54 vibes, a hustle dance lesson, a putting hole contest, tasty libations, a gourmet feast, and auction. Guests are encouraged to come in their best disco threads as the golf committee turns back the clock to recreate Studio 54 club after the dinner program. Guests can be assured that Five Acres and San Gabriel Country Club will follow all public health guidelines associated with operating a golf tournament and dining event.

Key sponsors include: Title Sponsor – Bolton & Company, Brad Reaume; Ace Sponsor – The Berns Team; Technology Sponsors – LA County Supervisor Kathryn Barger; Arthur J. Gallagher & Co.; Reaume Richardson; Double Eagle Sponsors – Stephen & Chantal Bennett and Dr. Ermshar & Associates, Specialized Psychological Services; William R. & Virginia Hayden Foundation; Lee & Associates – Pasadena, John Berger; Rustin & Paola Mork; Lance & Amy Polverini; US Bank; Eagle Sponsors – 1st Century Bank, The Tanabe, McMahon, Tanimoto, Farmer Holcher Group; Tom & Page Haralambos; Cheryl & Craig Stewart and Laura & David Quigg; Ryan Dietz; Excelsior Partners, LLC; Dr. Kenneth Sabbag; Chris Selak; Birdie Sponsors – Angeles National Wealth Advisors; The Botsford Group – Compass; Travis Buhl; Jones Lang LaSalle; Rey-Crest Roofing & Waterproofing Co.; Rose Bowl Stadium; and Underwriters include: Majestic Realty Co., Ed Roski, Jr. and William R. & Virginia Hayden Foundation for Dinner; Roncelli Plastics, Inc. for Golf Carts; and Craig and Cheryl Stewart for 19th Hole; Colliers International for Wine and Champagne; Marcus & Eisanne Tanimoto, Patty McNall for Volunteer Meals; and Whit Gilfillan for On-Course Beverages.

This year’s golf committee members include Joey Angiuli, Jennifer Berger, John Berger, Jason Berns, Kevin Botsford, Travis Buhl, Anthony Cannizzo, Brian Dennis, Ryan Dietz, Whit Gilfillan, Bill Hayden, Chris Hoshek, Brandon Ito, Rustin Mork, Nick Mosaquites, Will Nash, Guillermo Olaiz, Lance Polverini, Brad Reaume, Bob Rodger, Craig Stewart, and Scott Street.

Sponsorships range from $20,000 to $500. Individual dinner tickets are $200 and tables are $1,750 before August 31 and $2,000 after August 31. To sponsor, underwrite or attend this event, visit

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