Lions Club prepares for annual golf tournament July 20

From press reports


The Louisville Lion’s Club Annual Two Man/Woman Scramble will be held on Saturday, July 20 at the Louisville Country Club.

Registration for the tournament will begin at 8:15 a.m. until 8:45 a.m. Fees are $45 per person, and $90 per team. Businesses and organizations can also sponsor an individual hole for $120.

The first nine holes start at 9:15 a.m. and 18 holes will be played in the afternoon starting at 1 p.m.

There are a total of 27 holes for play. The Lions will be providing lunch at the clubhouse for all participants and there will be a drawing of door prizes including donations from local businesses.

There will be 4 flights with trophies awarded for 1st and 2nd place and a $100 prize for closest to the hole on number 7.

Participants also have a chance for a new car from Crowson Auto World if they can hit a hole-in-one.

Proceeds from the tournament will be used for the Lion programs that assist the blind, to provide eyeglasses to those in need and other community projects in our area.

For sponsor information or to find out more about the tournament, call Ray Ingram at 662-773-7942 or 662-705-0886 or Richard Woodward at 662-773-5964 or 662-803-7565

Lions meet the needs of their local communities and the world. The 1.35 million members – who perform community service in 207 countries and geographic areas – are different in many ways, but share a core belief: “community is what we make it.”

LCIF and Lions reach millions of people and accomplish visible results. Some of our accomplishments include:

preventing serious vision loss for more than 30 million people

providing close to 153.3 million treatments for river blindness

engaging more than 12 million students and 500,000 educators in 80 countries in the youth development program Lions Quest

building or expanding 593 eye hospitals/clinics/wards

conducting more than 17 million vision screenings for children through Sight for Kids

providing vision screening for more than 300,000 Special Olympics athletes from 85 countries through Opening Eyes

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