Lions Club of Wattle Grove hosts charity golf tournament

It’s time to get the golf clubs ready to support a good cause.

Charity drive: Carol Franshaw, Maria Gagliadi, Claudia McGuffin, Natasha Curtale, Lorena Valeri and Denise Feeney. Picture: Anna Warr

Charity drive: Carol Franshaw, Maria Gagliadi, Claudia McGuffin, Natasha Curtale, Lorena Valeri and Denise Feeney. Picture: Anna Warr

The third Tee Off for Autism and Charity Golf Tournament and Auction will be held on September 2.

Hosted by the Lions Club of Wattle Grove, the event raises money for the Autism Advisory and Support Service to purchase sensory equipment for children.

The first two events have raised funds to purchase 16 iPads for non-verbal children with autism to use for therapy through play, which is an important part of autism intervention.

The nine-hole ambrose golf tournament  will start at 1.30pm and be followed by a four-course dinner, live auction, raffle, entertainment, and presentations. Participants also have the chance to win $15,000 with a hole in one.

Team and individual rates are available as well as a dinner only option. The gold package is $800 for a team of four players, silver is $400 for two players and bronze is $150 for one player.

  • Tickets: Carol Franshaw, club secretary, 0402 181 027, wattlegrovelions@gmail.com
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