Italian American Club of Sebastian Hosts Annual Golf Tournament

Annual golf tournament hosted by the Italian American Club of Sebastian.
Annual golf tournament hosted by the Italian American Club of Sebastian.

SEBASTIAN – The Italian American Club of Sebastian will be hosting their 21st Annual Golf Tournament on October 14, 2017, at the Sebastian Municipal Golf Course.

The purpose is to raise funds for their Madeline Smith Scholarship Fund.

The club is dedicated to community involvement and has awarded over $166,000 in scholarships for the past sixteen years to deserving students from Sebastian River High School.

The Italian American Club is asking local merchants and individuals to contribute to this worthy cause and ensure continued success for all scholarship recipients.

The club offers different sponsorship levels to enable everyone to join their efforts in assisting our next generations to reach their goals.

There are several levels of this giving opportunity, and the club appreciate’s your support at all levels.

For local businesses, these tax-deductible sponsorship levels range from $25 to $500. There are levels available to have your business name on a golf hole sign, t-shirts, and to have a logo advertisement on a golf cart.

Following the event, the club invite’s all sponsors and golf participates to join them at the Italian American Club for food, raffles, and a great time.

For more information, contact the Italian American Club of Sebastian at 772-584-5731 or Lawanna Perry at 772-453-5173.

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