The Moraine Valley Community College Foundation will host its 41st annual golf outing Wednesday, Sept. 21, at Cog Hill Country Club in Lemont.

Tickets are $195 per golfer, which includes 18 holes of golf on Course No. 3, and food and beverages throughout the day. Registration opens at 7 a.m., with start time at 8:30 a.m. Golfers also can purchase an All-in-Fore-Fun wristband to play games on the course and have a chance to win prizes.

Golfers and supporters can enjoy dinner and the awards ceremony after golfing, as well as participate in a 50/50 Split the Pot raffle for cash and other prizes.

“Whether you’re an experienced golfer or just playing for fun, the Foundation’s golf outing is a perfect time to enjoy golf and time with fellow Foundation supporters while raising funds for Moraine Valley students,” said Lisa Rispoli, special events and donor relations manager of the Foundation. “We always are excited to see our supporters and donors at our outings and appreciate them making a difference for students as they pursue higher education.”

The Foundation also will host a silent auction, which will be open for bidding from Sept. 12 through Sept. 21.

This year’s outing is presented by Live Right Senior Care. The golf event sponsors include Wind Creek Chicago Southland, All-in-FORE-Fun Sponsor; IMEG, Corp., Golf Ball Logo Sponsor; Beary Landscaping, Beverage Cart Sponsor; Noral Jewelers & Mineral Art Gallery, Golf Awards Sponsor; and Stogie Life Cigar Store, Cigar Sponsor. The Foundation’s 2022 annual event sponsors include Demonica Kemper Architects, Platinum; Mr. and Mrs. Coleman and UPS, Gold; Legat Architects and PepsiCo Food Service, Silver; and Advocate Aurora Health, Medix, and Old National Bank, Supporting.

To purchase tickets, become a sponsor and view all event details, visit Contact Rispoli at (708) 608-4178 or for additional information.


About the Moraine Valley Foundation

The Moraine Valley Foundation was founded in 1982 to provide scholarships and emergency assistance to Moraine Valley Community College students, fund innovative programs at the college, and offer financial support to its Fine and Performing Arts Center. As a 501(c)3 entity, the Foundation partners with corporate and individual donors and has awarded over $1 million to support the college’s mission. This year, over $285,000 in scholarship funds were awarded to students pursuing a better life through higher education. Please help make our students’ dreams possible through a donation to the Foundation at


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