FULTON — United Way of Greater Oswego County will hold a golf tournament fundraisier. Event committee member Dave Lloyd who represents Novelis explained, “This is one golf tournament you don’t want to miss. There will be good food, good friends and good (socially distanced) fun for a good cause.”
Foursomes will begin play at timed tee-offs at the Oswego Country Club starting at 8 a.m. on Monday, July 12. The entry fee covers 18-hole tournament play, cart, lunch, beverages, prizes, swag and food. The Oswego Country Club course features 18 holes.
According to United Way resource development director Kate Davis Pitsley, “We are so grateful that our major sponsors Novelis, IBEW #43, Burritt Motors, Exelon and National Grid are all continuing to support us again this year. The fun is all for a serious cause: helping our neighbors who are struggling to make ends meet during this difficult time.”
Funds raised by the United Way Golf tournament will help continue the support for Oswego County neighbors financially impacted by the COVID-19 fallout. Added Pitsley, “Even after the crisis passes, there will still be a lot of needs in the community and United Way will continue to be there to help people get to a new normal.”
“It’s going to be an enjoyable day for everyone,” continued Lloyd. “There will be on-course games such as longest drive, closest to the pin, putting contests and a chance to win an automobile with the Burritt Motors Hole-in-One contest. In addition to the on-course games there will be plenty of drawings, awards, and auction items.”
Team and sponsor registrations are currently being accepted and will be filled on a first-come, first-served basis. Deadline for registration is June 25.