The Otis Grant & Friends Foundation and the Lindsay Place Alumni Foundation have joined forces to hold an annual golf tournament; which this year will be held on Monday, June 27, 2016, at the Windmill Heights Golf Club located on Notre Dame de L’Ile Perrot.
We encourage you to join us for a fun-filled Vegas-style tournament that will begin with a shotgun start at one o’clock. We would suggest that you form a foursome (at a cost of $700.00) to enter the tournament. The cost for individual golfers is $175.00 and we can match you up with other players. The entry fee entitles you to an enjoyable day of golf which includes green fees, cart, prizes, food and a tax receipt for your $50.00 donation. If you would like a guest to join you for dinner, the cost will be $65.00.
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To sponsor a hole costs $150.00. In return, a simple sign bearing the company’s name and logo will be displayed close to the tee box. Also, the company name and logo will be included in the golf tournament’s program. A tax receipt will be issued for the entire amount sponsored.
Proceeds from this tournament will enable the Otis Grant & Friends Foundation to serve its community and the Lindsay Place Alumni Foundation to help educate our children for the future. For now we would like to invite you to sign up your foursome early and/or sponsor our tournament. To register for the golf tournament or to sign up as a sponsor, use one of these methods.
Method One: Use this form to register for the golf tournament. You will pay using PayPal.
Method Two: Complete the registration form, Downloaded here. Mail a cheque and the registration form to the following address: Lindsay Place Alumni Foundation 100 – H – Hymus Pointe Claire, Quebec H9R 1E4 Canada
If you have any questions concerning the tournament, please contact us through our website email@example.com and we shall respond as quickly as possible.
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