Golf Tournament Is First Outreach By New The Venue Church

Friday, July 12, 2013

In one of its first outreach community efforts, newly founded the Venue Church is sponsoring the “Change for Chattanooga” Golf Tournament Saturday, July 27, at the Brown Acres Golf Course.

Proceeds from the tournament will be used to support the Venue Church’s mission and launch, including its “Change for Chattanooga” initiative, in which church members “will work to create relationships, jobs, schooling, housing, rehabilitation and partnerships” for some of the city’s neediest populations.

The tournament is offering prizes for contestants, including “Longest Drive,” “Closest to the Pin,” a $5,000 Putting Contest, and two “Hole In One” contests with a $10,000 and a new Volkswagen Passat as potential prizes. Lunch will be provided for contestants. 

Sign-in begins at 7 a.m. with an 8 a.m. shotgun start.  Registration is for teams of four, $125 per person or $500 per team.  To register, visit www.TheVenueChurch.com or call 637-7100. 




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