Golfers invited to St. Vincent de Paul First Annual Golf Tournament - Seattle, June 16

St. Vincent de Paul invites golfers to its First Annual “Birdies for Vincent” Golf Tournament at the Rainier Golf & Country Club in Seattle on June 16. The fundraiser includes golf, banquet dinner & prizes. The cost is $150 per player.
By: St. Vincent de Paul of Seattle/King County
 
April 28, 2011 - PRLog -- Golfers invited to  St. Vincent de Paul First Annual Golf Tournament

What: St.Vincent de Paul Golf Tournament Fundraiser

When: June 16, 2011

Where: Rainier Golf and Country Club, 11133 Des Moines Memorial Drive S., Seattle

Entry Fee: $150 per player

Contact: www.golf-events.com/SVDP

The Society of St. Vincent de Paul of Seattle/King County is hosting its First Annual “Birdies for Vincent” Golf Tournament at the Rainier Golf and Country Club on June 16. Proceeds from the tournament will benefit St. Vincent de Paul’s 2012 National Meeting in Seattle, which will host Vincentians from around the nation. Subsequent years’ tournaments will help the needy in Seattle/King County.

This exciting new event will challenge golfers in a fun and relaxing atmosphere. The Format will be a 4-person Scramble beginning at 12 noon (registration 10:30am). The winning team will be a combination of birdies made and amount of funds raised! Four person teams are encouraged to sign together, however single or two persons can play and be matched up to form a foursome.

The entry fee includes golf, golf cart, tee prize, and a terrific awards dinner following golf.

“Enjoy a fun day for a great cause and meet new people at one the Northwest’s finest private golf clubs,” says Jim Gauntt, Board President for the Society of St. Vincent de Paul of Seattle/King County.

For more information go to the Birdies for Vincent website at www.golf-events.com/SVDP or call Chris Guise at 206-633-7888 ext 1.

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St. Vincent de Paul works to relieve suffering and address the conditions that cause it. The Society is known for its 53 neighborhood, all-volunteer groups in Seattle/King County which help to prevent eviction, hunger, utility shut-offs and more. Additional programs include thrift stores, food distribution programs, case management program and other community outreaches to help neighbors in need.

More than 68,000 people were helped in Seattle and King County during 2010. Volunteers gave over 120,000 hours of service. The 2-1-1 Community Information Line refers more people to St. Vincent de Paul in Seattle/King County than to any other agency.
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