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Fraser River Valley Lions Club Golf Tournament is Sunday

The Sixth Annual Fraser River Valley Lions Club Golf Tournament, presented by the Lions Club and title sponsor Grand Park, will tee off Sunday, June 13, at Pole Creek Golf Course.

Featuring a four-person scramble, format the event begins with a traditional Lions Club Pancake Breakfast beginning at 7:30 a.m. and a Tee Time start at 9:30 a.m.

The $100 per player or $400 per team entry fee includes the pancakes, plus a brats lunch after the first nine holes and snacks,

Awards begin at 2 p.m. when the last of the golfers will have completed their 18 holes.

Look for this year’s registration form in the Sky Hi News, on the Lions website, http://www.fraservalleylions.org, on the Winter Park/Fraser Valley Chamber of Commerce website or at Pole Creek Golf Club.

Prizes will include a $20,000 hole in one award, flight prizes for the top teams, hole prizes, contest prizes, a raffle and a silent auction. Non-golfers are invited to join the post-golf party at the Pole Creek Club House.

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Adding to the fun are options for the golfers such as a “Lucky 6 Package” which includes two mulligans, one fairway tee, a 350 yard drive, one putting contest ticket and one raffle ticket. Those options also may be purchased separately. Each player will receive a “goody bag.” And, of course, the coveted “Cozens Cup” trophy will be awarded to the winning team, to be held until next year’s winners claim the prized cup engraved with all winners’ names.

Karen Vance has again donated the raffle prize, a signed and numbered giclee titled Aspen and Wild Roses.

For the live auction Grand Park has again donated a stay at their private retreat, Canyon Ranch. The beautiful cabin near the Gunnison River sleeps six, so the winner can take a family, or three couples can collaborate on the bidding. Entertainment at the ranch includes fishing, hiking, bicycling, elegance, comfort and beautiful scenery.

One-hundred percent of the proceeds from the tournament will be distributed to non-profit organizations in Grand County. Lions provide eye exams and eyeglasses for local school children in need, annually award college scholarships to Middle Park High School graduates, and support community organizations through our Lions Foundation.

For information, call 970-887-2256.

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