AUBURN, Mass. – The Auburn Chamber of Commerce’s annual September golf tournament tees off Monday, Sept. 10, at Heritage Country Club in Charlton.
The 18th annual School/Business Partnership Golf Tournament helps support mini-grants for teachers and scholarships for students and member businesses.
Proceeds from the tournament go directly to the school and business communities, with over $13,000 going to annual scholarships for graduating Auburn seniors, mini-grants to Auburn and Bay Path Regional educators and business grants to local businesses.
The entry fee for the Florida-style/scramble tournament is $100 per player, which includes the greens fee, cart, lunch, dinner and grant donation. Registration is at 10 a.m., and tee time is 11 a.m.
Various levels of sponsorships are available. “This is a great way to get your name out there and give back to the community in which we live, work and play,” according to the Auburn Chamber of Commerce.
Sponsorship levels range from $100 to $1,000. Businesses can get their name on a tee sign, in the tournament’s promotional brochure, or on special signs at the tournament, among other perks.
Sponsors to date are TD Bank and Herb Chambers, Toyota and Hyundai, in Auburn.
The golf sponsorship form is online at www.auburnchamberma.com.
For more information, contact Eleanor F. Houbre at 508-753-2924, ext. 224, or send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org.
The golf tournament committee includes Frederick P. Sexton of Automatic Rolls of N.E.; Sheila Barter of Britton Funeral Homes, Inc.; Carla Faucher of South County Physical Therapy; Ann Klein-Flynn of Emerson Realtors; Patrick J. Hoey of Pat Hoey Productions/Sales Development Associates; Robert Hoey of Marsh Kemp Insurance Agency; Kristen Pappas of Town of Auburn Recreation & Culture Department; and Orville Sheldon of Sheldon’s Harley-Davidson/Buell.
If you are interested in serving on the Golf Committee, contact Houbre at the above phone number or email.