Yesterday in Northern Virginia, Jimmy’s Old Town Tavern held their 17th annual summer golf tournament to benefit The Council for the Arts of Herndon. According to the Council’s website, “For the sixteenth year in a row, Jimmy Cirrito of Jimmy’s Old Town Tavern joins with the Council for the Arts of Herndon for a golf party blowout known throughout Northern Virginia for its off-the-charts fun.”
The Council for the Arts Herndon (CAH) creates opportunities for local artists to showcase their talents, provides local arts programming, and fosters the development of artists and audiences for local art.
TriVision sponsored a hole on the course, and some of the team enjoyed an afternoon at the event in the unseasonably cool weather. Kamran Lutfi, our vice president, said, “We’re proud to support our local art council and will continue to do so in the future.” TriVision team member Katie Baroody was on hand to snap a few photos of the event.
The Golf Tournament benefits Council for the Arts of Herndon programs, for youth and senior arts education, scholarships, public art and arts advocacy.