Rotary Club of Easton Hosting Golf Tournament to Benefit Community Missions

The Rotary Club of Easton will be hosting a golf tournament on Friday, October 12th at Harbourtown in St. Michaels. Registration will begin at 11am and the tournament begins at Noon. Lunch will be provided to golfers on the course with dinner and tournament awards beginning at 6pm. Tournament participants will compete for a variety of prizes in categories including top gross, top net, closest to pin and longest drive. In addition, there will be several hole- in-one prizes including a car donated by Preston Ford.

The Club is currently seeking tournament participants as well as sponsors for this annual event which raises funds to support the Easton Rotary Youth and Community Fund.

The Easton Rotary Youth and Community Fund supports local community projects such as the Easton Little League, Academy of the Arts and Freedom Rowers. In addition, this fund awards scholarships annually to local high school graduates to aid in the funding of their college endeavors. This year, a portion of the funds from the Easton Rotary golf tournament will benefit the YMCA of the Chesapeake’s Camp Lazy Days, a free five-week summer camp program designed for children with special needs.

For more information about participating in or sponsoring the upcoming golf tournament, contact Ron Flohr at 410-829-5711 or e-mail at eastonrotarygolf@gmail.com. Information about the Rotary Club of Easton can be obtained at www.eastonrotary.org.

In photo: Rotary Club of Easton golf tournament committee members pictured with YMCA Chief Development Officer, as a portion of the funds from the tournament will benefit the YMCA of the Chesapeake’s Camp Lazy Days. (left to right) Ron Flohr; Mary Wheeler; Jody Jernigan, YMCA of the Chesapeake Chief Development Officer; Patrick Fitzgerald; Beth Spurry; George Corey; John Flohr; and Jackie Wilson.

 

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