|Goofy golf and BBQ set for Aug. 26 in Wray|
|Written by Holyoke Enterprise|
Cowboy boots or golf shoes, hockey stick or pool cue, everyone is invited to attend the 4th Annual Goofball Golfing for Green—a fundraiser for Rural Young Americans programs.
Sunday, Aug. 26 people are encouraged to grab a partner and golf clubs and head to the Wray Country Club. The event kicks off with check-in at 12:30 p.m. followed by a shotgun start at 1 p.m. The wrap up for the day will be a BBQ. At that time, all winners will be announced and prizes presented. First-place prize is two days golf for two guests at Ballyneal Golf Club plus numerous pin and hole prizes. All donations are tax-deductible.
Individual, family or corporate teams of any kind are encouraged to participate; novice or pro ... no skills are needed. Goofy hole activities will include: teeing off a saddle, putting with a pool cue, teeing with a hockey stick and putting with “special” putting balls.
Rural Young Americans Center for Financial Education programs are designed to provide participants with relevant, real world life skills, such as money management, decision-making, work-force readiness, teamwork, social development, civic awareness and work ethics. All fundraising efforts support the Rural AmeriTowne, Young Entrepreneurs—Owning A Business programs and Marketplace plus the personal finance programs. For more information call 970-332-3150.
Holyoke Enterprise Aug. 16, 2012