Girls Incorporated of Oak Ridge is hosting its 20th Annual Golf Classic on Monday, May 8, at the Oak Ridge Country Club.
“What a better way to kick off spring than a beautiful day on the course supporting our next generation of women!” a press release said.
The Golf Classic this year will feature first- and second-place team prizes, division prizes, prizes for closest to the pin, longest drive, and a putting contest.
“This fun day on the course will include refreshments and snacks as well as a fabulous dinner from the Oak Ridge Country Club by the recently remodeled pool and patio,” the press release said.
This year, the funds received from the Golf Classic sponsors and team fees will all support the upcoming Girls Inc. programs. Girls Inc. supports more than 900 girls per year in intentional and research based programs to empower girls to be healthy, educated, and independent, the press release said.
“Our annual Golf Classic has supported our participating girls for over 20 years in scholarships, program needs, and sports seasons,” the release said.
Girls Inc. aims to inspire girls through mentoring relationships, enrichment programming, and a positive environment for all girls to grow up strong, smart, and bold.
To become a sponsor or submit a team, please contact Girls Incorporated of Oak Ridge at (865) 482- 4475. Girls Inc. of Oak Ridge has been a member of the Oak Ridge community for almost 40 years, and the organization said it is proud to encourage the next generation of women golfers through the funds raised. Girls Inc. of Oak Ridge is part of the national Girls Incorporated youth development organization with chapters nationwide. For more information about Girls Incorporated of Oak Ridge, visit www.girlsincoakridge.org.
More information will be added as it becomes available.
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