Doretta Royer 315 464-4833
Golfers Sought for Children’s Miracle Open
Central New York golfers are invited to participate in the eleventh annual Children’s Miracle Open Golf Tournament, to be held rain or shine on Friday, August 14, at Foxfire Golf and Tennis Club, Village Green in Baldwinsville. Proceeds from the event will benefit the CNY Children’s Health Fund/Children’s Miracle Network.
The tournament will use a Captain ‘n Crew format and will feature a double shotgun start (7:30 a.m. and 12:30 p.m.), hole-in-one, dinner, and awards program. Awards will be made in three divisions: women, men, and mixed.
Individuals must pre-register for the Children’s Miracle Open by Friday, July 31. The entry fee is $100 for the morning and $125 for the afternoon. The fee includes breakfast, lunch, dinner, greens fees and carts, prizes, refreshments on the course, and hole-in-one registrations. Businesses and organizations are invited to take advantage of one of nine sponsorship packages.
Proceeds from Children’s Miracle Network fundraising events are placed in the Central New York Children’s Health Fund to enhance pediatric patient care, education, and research for children who receive their medical care at University Hospital of the Health Science Center at Syracuse and Crouse Hospital. The Children’s Miracle Network is an activity of the CNY Children’s Health Fund.
The Children’s Miracle Open is sponsored by the Health Science Center Foundation at Syracuse, Inc., WIXT-News Channel 9, and WSYR Radio. It is sponsored in part by CellularOne.
To register or for more information, call the Health Science Center Foundation Office at (315) 464-4416.
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