Charity golf day on again
THE Ladies of the Mansfield Hospital Auxiliary are at it again.
A partnership with Martin’s Garage to stage this year’s Charity Golf Day means that you, the golfer, will have the opportunity to win two cars.
Come along and have some fun on Sunday, February 23.
Last year the auxiliary raised some $24,000 at this event and this year the aim is to raise the bar.
Eighteen holes of golf will be played to a shortened three person Ambrose competition and t eams can be made up of ladies, men’s, mixed, family and veterans.
There are great prizes to be won.
All registrations must be lodged prior to the event.
For $55 per head you will enjoy t he golf, on course barbecue lunch and an evening dinner.
Vari o u s h i g h va l u e items will be auctioned and raffled during the dinner and the evening will be compered by well-known identity, Craig Willis.
Some of t he auction i t ems of note will be a f r a med c h a mpionship j umper of t he Geelong Football Club, framed team of champions photograph of the Essendon Football Club, a Piaggio Typhoon 125 motor scooter, Catanach Jewellery, rounds of golf at the National, Kew, Moonah Links and Portsea golf courses with accommodation thrown in, golf bags, dinner packages by Magnolia Mansfield and plenty more.
Most, if not all, of our business houses have sponsored a hole to the value of $100.
Foodworks have kindly donated the meat for the GOING ONE BETTER?: Runners up in the Mixed Team event last year, Nicki Cooper and Mac Cooper, check handicaps before they started. barbecue lunch and dinner as well as other items.
A full list of donors will be acknowledged on the night and will be published in the Mansfield Courier post the event.
The ladies of the auxiliary appreciate the sponsorship received from Martin’s Garage and would like to encourage all golfers to come along, have some fun and help in their quest to raise $30,000 at this year’s event.
Remember you must book early, as numbers are limited.
For all booking inquiries call Sue Parsons on 0427 764250.