By Jean Falbo-Sosnovich
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SEYMOUR — Think you can hit a hole-in-one?
That’s all it takes
to drive home a brand new Hyundai if you hit the links next month by
supporting Seymour Pink’s ongoing breast cancer awareness campaign.
4th annual Seymour Pink Golf Tournament will be held June 8 at the
Woodhaven Country Club in Bethany.
Proceeds will benefit Seymour Pink,
the community’s grass roots effort to fight breast cancer.
Ellen LoGuidice, the tournament director and Seymour Pink board member,
said the event is the group’s “major fundraiser” bringing in about
$10,000 per tournament.
“Our golfers get to spend some quality
time outdoors doing something fun, as well as support the mission of
Seymour Pink,” LoGuidice said.
The tournament will feature two tee times, 10 a.m. and 1:30 p.m. Early registration is encouraged.
most exciting contest is the Hole-In-One, where Key Hyundai of Milford
will provide a free car to the first golfer lucky enough to get an ace.
Entry fee is $75, and provides participants with a cart, green fee, breakfast, lunch, beverages, prizes and a golf gift.
return year after year, for a fun-filled day, in support of our cause,”
LoGuidice added. “We have great raffle prizes, as well, thanks to such
great community support and sponsors.”
More information about the tournament and registration forms can be found online at www.seymourpink.com.
Registrations forms and checks payable to “Seymour Pink” can be sent to
Seymour Pink Inc., P.O. Box 333, Seymour, CT 06483. Deadline for
registration is May 31.
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