The Seventh Annual “Swinging With Friends” Golf Tournament to benefit Senior Friendship Centers Venice campus is slated Saturday, Sept. 22, at Plantation Golf and Country Club on the beautiful Bobcat Course, designed by Ron Garl.
Chairing the tournament this year is well known Golf Pro Jim Duval. “We’re looking forward to an exciting new approach this year,” Duval said. There will be two-men or two-women teams, Gross & Net, and flights. Registration will be at 7:30 a.m. with an 8:30 a.m. shotgun start.
The Hole in One prize, sponsored by Macy’s Termite & Pest Control, is $25, 000 cash, and multiple hole-in-ones are possible. Half of the proceeds will benefit Senior Friendship Centers Programs and Services. The Venice Gondolier Sun is the media sponsor of the event. Additional sponsorship and tee sign opportunities are available. For information, call 556.3205.
This is an excellent opportunity for local businesses and organizations to gain visibility in the community while supporting a great cause, helping older adults live with dignity and independence.
The golf fee is $80 per person, $160 per team (two golfers), including golf and lunch. Persons wishing to attend the lunch and awards ceremony only may do so for $20. For information on reservations or sponsorships, call 556-3205.
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About Senior Friendship Centers Venice Campus
Located at 2350 Scenic Drive on the beautiful Intracoastal Waterway, Senior Friendship Centers Venice cmapus offers a full range of services to enhance the quality of life and health of older adults. The Kathleen K. Catlin Friendship Center is a hub of campus activities, classes, programs, and entertainment. The Living Room Adult Day Service provides a safe environment for individuals who are frail, or have Alzheimer's or other memory impairment. The Caregiver Resource Center offers supportive programming, services and information for caregivers. Nutritious meals are served at the center and delivered to the homebound. Care management and supportive services help older adults live independently. The Pat Buster Health Service, staffed by retired physicians, dentists, pharmacists, nurses and clinic aides, provides medical and dental care to low income and uninsured older adults. For more information call, 955.2122, or visit friendshipcenters.org.