March 26, 2013
Are you a budding pro? A duffer? Or perhaps you couldn’t tell the difference between an iron and a wood with both hands and a flashlight?
It doesn’t matter! Mark your calendar for the Golfers Going Green two-person scramble, to be held Saturday, April 20, at Oceana Golf Club. It’s a 10 AM shotgun start and your $60 team registration includes golf, cart, food and prizes. Best of all: Proceeds will be donated to Citizens for Health!
How you can be involved:
–Compete! The limit is 60 teams, so act now – you can register by calling the Club at (231) 861-4211.
–Sponsor a tee sign! $100 gets you a professionally designed 24″x18″ full-color two-sided sign with your message. Advertise your business, an issue important to you, or say hi to friends or family. We hope this event will be an annual one, and those who sponsor signs this year will get a chance to do so again next year at half the cost. To sponsor a sign, contact organizer Jim Kueny at (231) 670-6211, or email him at email@example.com. Check out an example of a tee sign here.
—Get a “tee”-shirt! Let people know you support issues of sustainability by sporting this special event tee for $22 – and remember, proceeds go to CFH. Order one here. Have it waiting for you at the event, or have it sent to you if you can’t attend. Buying a shirt also earns you a free golf cart voucher for your next 9 holes at Oceana!
This is a truly “green” family event, fun and educational. Green event sponsors and vendors, recycled golf balls, issue-oriented signs throughout the course – event organizer Jim Kueny has pulled out all the stops to make this enjoyable for everyone. Easy and tough pin placements, great food and prizes – and all to support CFH’s efforts to preserve and expand your right to make informed decisions about what you feed to your families.
Committed to spreading the word about nutrition and sustainable practices, Mr. Kueny has made it his life’s work to help people eat smart and stay healthy – so “naturally” he asked us to help him get the word out and chose CFH to be the beneficiary of his efforts.
Help Jim help us – to help you! Share this with your friends who care about healthy food and urge them to get involved. If local, get them to register. If not, suggest they buy a t-shirt or sponsor a tee sign. And, of course, we hope to see you there.
For further information or questions, please contact Jim Kueny at (231) 670-6211, or email him at firstname.lastname@example.org. And check out the event page on Facebook.
As always, thank you for your participation.
The Citizens for Health Team