The APW Educational Foundation will hold its third annual golf tournament on June 2, at the Northshore Golf Course, 8062 Maple Flats Road, Cleveland, with a 1 p.m. tee off.
This event will be a “Captain and Crew” format with 18 holes of golf, including cart and dinner.
Prizes will be awarded and there will be various raffles.
The cost is $60 per person.
Honorary chairman for the tournament is school superintendent Gerry Hudson.
“The families, friends and supporters of the APW Central School District gather every year to enjoy a competitive, but friendly round of golf with all of the proceeds going to benefit the APW Educational Foundation. Please come out to support a worthwhile cause which directly benefits our students,” he said.
APWEF enhances the quality of education within the Altmar Parish Williamstown school community.
APWEF awards two annual scholarships and provides other financial supports to strengthen the educational opportunities for students at APW.
The foundation is a not-for-profit entity under Section 501(c)(3) of the Internal Revenue Code, and is funded by parents, community members and local sponsors.
All donations are tax deductible as a charitable contribution.
More information is available online at: www.apwef.org
Teams of four must register together and there is a ten team limit, so get your foursome together and sign up today.
Forms are available online at www.apwef.org/golf or on the APW School District website (www.apw.cnyric.org).
The completed form and payment must be received by May 30.
Checks are to be payable to the “APW Educational Foundation” and mailed to: PO Box 192, Parish, NY 13131.
For more information about the tournament, contact Hudson at 625-5251.
All other inquiries may be directed to Thom Benedetto, APWEF president, at 278-6550.