Teams sought for Habitat’s golf benefit

Pictured are golfers in last year’s Habitat golf tournament (from left): Cindy Scholl, Renee Nieman, Trisha Herdering and Angie Petersen.

Pictured are golfers in last year’s Habitat golf tournament (from left): Cindy Scholl, Renee Nieman, Trisha Herdering and Angie Petersen.

Habitat for Humanity of Morrison County will host its 12th annual benefit golf tournament at Pine Ridge Golf Club in Motley Monday, June 10. Registration begins at 11 a.m., with a shotgun start at 12:30 p.m. Golfers can enjoy a free lunch in the clubhouse courtesy of Subway of Little Falls. Everyone is welcome to bid on silent auction items and package deals.

Team fees are $300 which includes green fees and golf for four, shared use of a cart, complimentary food on the golf course, door prizes and the evening buffet meal. Individual golfers are also encouraged to sign up.

Tax deductible donations of cash, door prizes and hole sponsorships are welcome.

“Sponsoring a team, a hole, or donating a door prize is a way people who aren’t able to attend — or for those who don’t golf — can still become involved and show their support. Some people are better with a golf club than a hammer, and we’re grateful for their support,” said Board member and Golf Committee member Kyle Hoggarth.

Those wishing to help by making a donation, or sponsoring a team, are asked to call the Habitat for Humanity of Morrison County office at (320) 616-2084.

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