The First Presbyterian Church in Cazenovia will hold its third Annual Golf Tournament on Sunday Aug. 29 at the Pompey Club. The nine hole tournament will benefit Project CAF 's Common Grounds Fund.
The event will begin at 2 p.m. with a shotgun start. The format is captain and crew (everyone hits a ball and the best shot is played - fun for all skill levels). The cost is $60 for the round of golf, cart and the Pompey Club steak dinner with all the trimmings. This year will again feature the fabulous beverage cart workers providing on-the-course refreshments to tournament participants to keep everyone playing at their best.
Players don't need to sign up as a foursome. Individual players are encouraged. Tournament organizers will pair individuals up with a foursome. Prizes will be presented for closest to the pin and longest drive.
Don't play golf? Come support Project CAFE and just come for the steak dinner. Dinner will be served at 5 p.m. and the cost for only dinner is $30.
Common Grounds, the space in front of 35 Albany St., has served as Cazenovia's "living room," a meeting and mingling place for all manner of gatherings, public and private for the past 12 years. Common Grounds needs community support to fund its maintenance, operating costs and supervision of the many youth who use the space.
All proceeds will go to keeping Common Grounds open as Cazenovia's treasured resource.
Make checks payable to First Presbyterian Church. Checks may be dropped off at the church at 27 Albany St. or mailed to the church office, P.O Box 306 Cazenovia, N.Y. 13035.
Questions? Contact Scott Campbell at 852-6120 or Kevin Curtis at 447-1772.
Organizers hope to match or exceed the success of an Aug. 15 Project Cafe fundraiser which had about 60 people in attendance.
Sharye Skinner is publicist for First Presbyterian Church in Cazenovia.