OSWEGO, NY – Are you, or someone you know, a golfer who loves a competition and great prizes? If so, then there is an event just for you.
Enjoy a fun-filled day of 18 holes of golf, contests, fabulous prizes, and catered meals while supporting Literacy Volunteers of Oswego County (LVOC) through its 13th Annual Golf Tournament on Aug. 15 at the Oswego Country Club, 610 W. First St.
The Captain and Crew format will begin with a shotgun start at 11 a.m.
According to Golf Committee Chairperson Bill Carhart of Oswego County Federal Credit Union, the committee is working to make this year’s tournament the best ever.
This tournament is open to the public and features many different events and contests that are sure to satisfy any golfer. Registration is $ 125 per person and includes golf cart, green fees, 18 holes of golf, chair massages, prizes, and lots of food. Dunkin Donuts will offer a continental breakfast and lunch will be provided by both Canale’s and Rudy’s. A steak dinner and awards ceremony will finish off the day’s activities.
A wide array of prizes will be awarded to the winners of the putting, longest-drive, skins and closest-to-the-pin contests.
Furthermore, a grand prize of a car will be awarded to a winner of the Hole-In-One contest!
There are numerous sponsorship opportunities available for individuals and businesses that wish to be a part of the golf tournament, including raffle donations, event sponsors, and hole sponsorships. This is a great opportunity to promote your business while supporting your local Literacy Volunteers.
A special thank you for the commitment already received from the following corporate sponsors: Entergy, Oswego County Federal Credit Union, Eastern Shore Associates Insurance, Constellation Energy, Empower Credit Union, NRG Energy, S.J. Thomas Co., Excellus BlueCross BlueShield, Pathfinder Bank, and Fulton Savings Bank.
Proceeds from this event go toward providing services and support to these deserving individuals. LVOC provides adult learners the English communication and literacy skills they need to reach their full potential as individuals, parents, workers and citizens. Adults are given the opportunity to achieve personal freedom by building basic reading, writing and technology skills at no cost in a confidential environment. “By supporting this tournament, you will help us reach the people in our county who need help the most. You can make reading as easy as hitting a golf ball.” said Carhart.
For more information regarding registration and sponsorship, visit www.lvoswego.org or contact the LVOC office at 342-8839.
Reserve your team a spot now and help Literacy Volunteers reach out to even more adults and families in Oswego County!