Tee off at the 17th Annual Lake Arrowhead Golf Classic on Friday, October 6, and help support the Boys & Girls Club of the Mountain Communities. (Contributed Photo)
By Susan A. Neufeld
Lake Arrowhead, CA – The Boys & Girls Club of the Mountain Communities invites you to tee off for a good cause; at the 17th Annual Lake Arrowhead Golf Classic Friday, October 6.
The Day begins at 10:30 a.m., with registration and practice on the putting green, followed by lunch. Golfers will hit the links at for the Shotgun Start from 12:30 p.m. to 5:00 p.m.
The Classic is a Shotgun Scramble Format, with 1st, 2nd and Last place Prizes. $40 will buy you into the Closest to the Pin, Putting, Hole in One, Longest Drive and Bulls-eye Contests.
SILENT AND LIVE AUCTION
A silent auction and cocktail hour will commence at 5:00 p.m., with dinner and live auction at 6:00 p.m.
BENEFITS TO THE BOYS & GIRLS CLUBS
Over 600 youngsters participate in the Boys & Girls Club, thanks in part to the success of the golf tournament (File Photo)
All proceeds go towards the work of the Boys & Girls Club. With over 600 members among its four clubs, at Lake Arrowhead Elementary, Charles Hoffman Elementary, Crestline, and Valley of Enchantment Elementary, the clubs serve over 250 kids per day.
In addition to its work among children, the Boys & Girls Club offers literacy and English classes for adults at its facility in Crestline. These classes help parents communicate with their children’s teachers, and expand their opportunities for employment.
The Lake Arrowhead Country Club is located at 250 Golf Course Road in Lake Arrowhead (Contributed Photo)
Tickets for the golf event are $150 for individual golfers. Or, $550 for groups of four, which includes: Lunch, golf carts, beverages on the course, raffles, auction benefit dinner and Awards ceremony.
Tickets are $40 for those wishing to attend only the dinner and auction.
Tickets may be purchased on line at http://www.golf4boysandgirlsclub.com.
For additional information and last-minute sponsorship opportunities, contact Stephen Tilden at (909) 338-9390.