Sunday, August 11, 2013

Annual Golf Tournament to Benefit City Neighborhood Groups

The 2nd Annual Greater Easton Open, a four-person, best-ball scramble format golf tournament, will be held on Friday, August 30 at the Riverview County Club, and tournament proceeds will benefit four Easton neighborhood improvement organizations--the College Hill Neighborhood Association, South Side Civic Association, the West Ward Neighborhood Partnership, and the Easton Main Street Initiative.

The event tees off at 8 a.m. with a shotgun start, and a barbecue luncheon begins at noon.
For an entry fee of $85 (or $100 after August 15), or $320 ($380 after August 15)  players receive greens fees, lunch, a GEO t-shirt, GEO collectible golf balls, and gifts and coupons from area merchants and restaurants. Longest drive and closest-to-the-pin prizes will be awarded, along with door prizes.

For non-golfers who would like to attend the luncheon, the fee is $20.

All fees are tax-deductible.

Beer will be served at the luncheon to those over 21, and a beverage cart will make the rounds during play.

The event is also still accepting sponsorships, which range from $30 to $1,000, and are crucial to the success of this fund raising event, said organizers from the College Hill Neighborhood Association.  Area businesses may also support the event by donating items to the player gift bags and/or making donations.

To register for the 2nd Greater Easton Open online or to attend the luncheon, click here.

For more information about sponsorships or to become a sponsor, click here.

For additional information about playing or sponsorships, e-mail

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