24 Jul
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BIG NEWS: Bigs Golf Event Returns to LochenHeath

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July 23, 2019

                                                           Bigs Golf Event Returns to LochenHeath
TRAVERSE CITY — July 23, 2019 . . .Big Brothers Big Sisters of Northwestern Michigan (Bigs) will host its 4th annual charity golf event, dinner and auction on August 28 & 29 at LochenHeath Golf Club, one of Michigan’s highest ranked golf clubs.
The unique two-day event kicks off with a traditional Scramble on Wednesday, August 28, followed by an exclusive cocktail reception, dinner and a silent and live auction. The second day offers a competitive golf Invitational for those with a USGA registered handicap where the ultimate prize is an expenses-paid ultimate golf experience to play the Straits course at Whistling Strait, home of the 2020 Ryder Cup. Invitational winners will enjoy private air transportation, ground transportation via limousine, 18 holes of golf with caddie and an incredible dinner. All participants have the chance to win a number of prizes, including a boat for a hole-in-one!
“We are asking golfers of all ages and skill levels to take a healthy swing to defend the potential for the children of our community,” said Cecilia Chesney, Bigs Executive Director.” Consider this round of golf an investment in a child’s future.”
All proceeds benefit Big Brothers Big Sisters to provide at-risk children with properly vetted and trained volunteer mentors.
To register for the Bigs Golf Event, visit Bigsupnorth.com
The Bigs Golf Event is presented by Title Sponsor Elemint Wealth Management, Platinum Sponsor Traverse Area Association of Realtors and Gold Sponsors CH Robinson, Coldwell Banker Schmidt Realtors and The Vine Group.

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FOR MORE INFORMATION:
Cecilia Chesney
Executive Director
231.392.6497
Cecilia.chesney@bigsupnorth.com

About Big Brothers Big Sisters of Northwestern Michigan
Since 1970, Big Brothers Big Sisters has been matching youth in meaningful, enduring, professionally supported mentoring relationships with adult volunteers who defend their potential and help them achieve their biggest possible futures. Bigs’ evidence-based approach is designed to create positive youth outcomes, including educational success, avoidance of risky behaviors, higher aspirations, greater confidence, and improved relationships. Learn how to get involved at Bigsupnorth.com

Alyssa Bright