Golf outing to benefit Chuck Cassidy Scholarship Fund
September 12, 2010 (WPVI) -- A golf outing will be held Monday to benefit a scholarship fund in the name of a fallen Philadelphia police officer.
The 3rd Annual Chuck Cassidy Golf Outing Beef & Beer kicks off the morning of Monday September 13th at Island Green Country Club in Northeast Philadelphia.
Participants will start swinging their clubs with a shotgun start at 7:30. A second shotgun start will be held at 12:30 p.m.
Cost per player is $125, which includes golf, cart, windbreaker and refreshments on the course, plus admission to the beef and beer.
Proceeds will benefit the Chuck Cassidy Scholarship Fund.
Full details are as follows:
MONDAY SEPTEMBER 13, 2010
7:30 Shotgun start (limited to 100 golfers)
12:30 Shotgun start (limited to 144 golfers)
AT ISLAND GREEN COUNTRY CLUB - 1 RED LION ROAD NORTHEAST PHILADELPHIA
COST: STILL $125.00
Per Golfer, includes golf, cart and windbreaker & admission to the beef & beer along with refreshments on the course.
Putting contest, prizes for winning teams.
New Car for Hole in one contest.
$30.00 BEEF & BEER
Includes live music, Joe Conklin, draft beer, roast beef, roast pork, salads & FUN&FUN&FUN
BEEF & BEER STARTS AT 6:00 PM
Besides the live music we will have a Chinese Auction.
Chances will be sold for our Grand Prizes:
- 1. 50" Panasonic color TV
2. Danby Beer Meister
3. Outdoor Garden Gazebo
JIM COUGHLIN: 267-847-4817
MAUREEN BRADY-GROOME: 215-280-2936
police officer killed, charity, education, golf, local/state
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