Auburn Valley Kiwanis Club’s 33rd annual Golf Classic set to tee off Aug. 3

‘Helping Kids out of the Rough’ to raise money for community causes

  • Thursday, July 5, 2018 1:30pm
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Auburn Valley Kiwanis Club’s 33rd annual Golf Classic – “Helping Kids out of the Rough” – is set for Friday, Aug. 3 at the Auburn Golf Course, 29630 Green River Road SE.

The tournament tees off at 7:30 a.m. with a shotgun start and will be in a scramble format.

The fee is $100 per golfer and includes a continental breakfast and a buffet lunch. Prizes will be awarded at the luncheon.

All proceeds from the tournament go back into the community. The Auburn Valley Kiwanis Club provides support to the elementary, middle and high schools and local organizations such as the Auburn Food Bank; Nexus Youth and Families; Children’s Home Society; Community Supper; Green River College Fund; and the Miss Auburn Scholarship program.

For those who would like to support local youth by participating in the tournament, please contact the club at 253-891-2271, or ea_taxman@yahoo.com.

To learn more about the club, stop by a Wednesday morning meeting at Messiah Lutheran Church, 410 H St. NE, Auburn. Meetings begin at 7 a.m.

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