MOLINE, ILLINOIS (March 21, 2023) — Registration is now open for SAL Community Services’ signature fundraiser. The 27th annual Little Bogey’s Golf Classic, presented by Koehler Electric, is set with a shotgun start at noon on Monday, May 8, at Oakwood Country Club (1067 US Highway 6, Coal Valley, Illinois). An awards banquet dinner will immediately follow.
Register early; golf packages are going fast. Register at givebutter.com/LittleBogeys2023.
Proceeds from the Little Bogey’s Golf Classic are invested back into Quad Cities families through SAL’s high-quality child-care and education programs. In 2022, community support for the Little Bogey’s event provided more than $25,000 in support for school-aged children attending SAL’s Skip-a-Long Childhood Centers.
The registration fee is $175 per golfer or $700 per foursome. Each golfer package includes eighteen holes of golf with a cart, a boxed lunch and snacks, two drink tickets, an individual Mulligan, one special tee, and a loaded goodie bag. Golfers can win additional prizes for longest drive, longest putt, hole-in-one, closest to the pin, and drive to the middle. Additional events available for purchase include a ball-drop 50/50, hire a pro to tee off, the mystery prize game (a crowd favorite), raffles, and a silent auction.
Limited sponsorships are still available, and donations for games, raffles, the silent auction, and prizes are requested.
Just the facts
· SAL Community Services’ 27th annual Little Bogey’s Golf Classic fundraiser;
· Monday, May 8, at noon;
· Oakwood Country Club (1067 US Highway 6, Coal Valley, IL);
· Register at givebutter.com/LittleBogeys2023;
· $175 per golfer or $700 per foursome;
· Registration includes 18 holes of golf with a cart, food and drinks, contests, and more; and
· Proceeds support SAL’s high-quality child-care and education programs.
ABOUT SAL COMMUNITY SERVICES
At SAL Community Services, we provide Support, Advocacy, and Learning in our communities — from childhood to adulthood. Our mission is to strengthen children, families, and individuals to build and enhance thriving communities. Founded in 1970, we have a history of listening to the needs of our community and responding. We have grown from an organization focused on providing quality child-care to low-income working families to one that meets a wide variety of needs from early care and education to crisis assistance and stabilization services. Today, SAL has a bi-state seventeen county regional footprint from the Quad Cities to Peoria area. We advocate with and for the people we support, the communities we serve, and the solutions we champion, and we offer an inclusive, welcoming community for the people we serve — and our employees.