Northside Neighborhood House Hosts 22nd Annual Ladies Golf Classic

Friday, May 9, 2014

Northside Neighborhood House will host its 22nd Annual Ladies Golf Classic on June 6 at Creeks Bend Golf Course. 

The two person select shot starts at 8 a.m. with breakfast at 7 a.m. Cost per player is $90. Cart and greens fees are included. Those interested in playing can print the registration form online at www.nnhouse.org or pick up an application in person at the NNH office at 211 Minor St.

“This all ladies golf tournament is an event our faithful supporters look forward to all year long,” says Rachel Gammon, executive director. “The Classic gives these ladies a venue to show off their golf skills or simply enjoy a morning on the course while supporting NNH programs that provide a hand up to families and individuals living north of the river.”

Sponsorship opportunities are still available. For more information, contact Brianne Carswell, development director, at 267-2217 or bcarswell@nnhouse.org.

The NNH recently celebrated 90 years and provides service to the community through three programs:  Emergency Direct Assistance, Education for Children and Adults and two Thrift Stores.

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