Win a Vehicle and Help a Good Cause
Fuller Chevrolet-GMC has been announced as the Hole-In-One Sponsor for the Midcoast Breast Cancer Classic Golf Tournament, to be held August 16 at Rockland Golf Club. Register now and have the chance to win a 2013 Chevrolet Equinox crossover-SUV by scoring a hole-in-one on the 10th hole. Fuller Chevrolet-GMC will provide additional opportunities for players to win exciting prizes for hole-in-ones on par-3 holes. There will also be a raffle for the chance to putt for a $5,000 cash prize.
"Fuller Chevrolet-GMC is proud to be able to contribute to community and charity events such as the Midcoast Breast Cancer Classic," said Tammy Kolmosky of Fuller Chevrolet-GMC in Rockland." It's a worthy cause, and we hope the ongoing fundraising activities are a complete success."
The 3rd Annual 18-hole golf scramble begins with a shotgun start at 9 a.m. on Friday, August 16. The $100 player registration fee includes 18 holes of golf, a cart, gift bag and a lunch reception catered by Sandbagger’s Café. During the luncheon, a silent auction and raffle will take place. Auction items include Red Sox tickets, fine dining, rounds of golf, themed gift baskets and original art.
This event fills quickly and golfers are encouraged to sign up early for this popular event. To register, please contact Cyndi Clayton at 594-6705 or email@example.com. Additional event details and registration forms can be downloaded from www.pbmc.org/golf.
All proceeds from this event benefit the Midcoast Breast Cancer Support Fund established in 2011 by members of the Rockland Women’s Golf Association in partnership with the Pen Bay Healthcare Foundation. The fund provides Midcoast women with financial assistance for breast cancer items or services. To learn more about this program or to apply for assistance, please contact Virginia Vaitones at 596-8977.
Photo: Midcoast Breast Cancer Classic Golf Tournament organizers pose with the hole-in-one prize: a 2012 Chevrolet Equinox donated by Fuller Chevrolet-GMC of Rockland. Pictured, from left: Sue Wootton, Kathy Sprowl, Bobbie Andrus, Helen Plourd, Tammy Kolmosky of Fuller Chevrolet-GMC and Linda Durrell. Not pictured are Janice Ogier, Connie Welt and Martha Bouchard.