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Golf tournament to benefit Diakonia, July 19

Registration open for eighth annual event at Ocean City Golf Club, Seaside Course
By press release | Jun 29, 2017

(June 30, 2017) Diakonia, the only comprehensive provider of emergency and transitional housing for men, women and families on the Lower Shore, is accepting registrations for its eighth annual golf tournament, slated for Wednesday, July 19, at the Ocean City Golf Club, Seaside Course, on South Point.

This is the organization’s most important fundraiser of the year.

Registration includes golf cart, Captain’s Choice Scramble, tee gift and complimentary refreshments.  Mulligans will be available. A catered lunch begins at 11:30 a.m., followed by a shotgun start at 1 p.m., with hors d’oeuvres and a cash bar during the final scoring segment. The event concludes with an awards presentation and announcement of all raffle and 50/50 prize winners.

Sign up with a team of four, or as an individual and be assigned to a team. Cost is $100 per player, $400 a team. Business or professional sponsorships are also available at the $1,000, $460 and $150 level. Event and Team sponsorships include free golf for four players and prominent inclusion, with logo, in the program. Tee Flag sponsorships include business logo on flags on the course.

To register to play, or inquire about being an event, team or tee flag sponsor, contact Sandy Sribnick at 301-922-4127 or email diakoniagolftournament@gmail.com.

Diakonia is a 501(c)(3) nonprofit, operating to serve the three Lower Shore counties since 1984. The organization, housed in West Ocean City, provides emergency and transitional housing, emergency food services, counseling and assistance for its guests.

Diakonia is dedicated to building a foundation for those in crisis or who are homeless while maintaining dignity and respect, providing hope and assistance, and helping direct change in lives, one step at a time.

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