Moraine Valley Community College will host its 41st annual golf outing on Wednesday, Sept. 21, at Cog Hill Golf and Country Club in Lemont, with all proceeds going to support student scholarships.
Although tickets for golfing have sold out, individuals can support the outing in other ways, such as buying tickets to the post-golf celebration dinner at Cog Hill (begins at 3 p.m.) for $75, buying raffle tickets or bidding on items in an online silent auction, which runs from Sept. 12 to 22. Some of the items available include a private Santa visit, a one-night stay with $100 food and beverage credit at the Fairmont Chicago Millennium Park, foursomes at various golf courses, winery and restaurant certificates, jewelry and much more.
Businesses and individuals also can support the event by becoming a sponsor. Available sponsorships range from the post-golf dinner and awards sponsorship for $1,500; beverage cart sponsorships for $1,000; lunch or game sponsorships for $500; or hole sponsorships for $350. Information on event sponsorships is available at morainevalley.edu/foundation/sponsorships.
“The Foundation is proud to have helped thousands of students with money raised at our past annual golf outings,” said Kristy McGreal, executive director of the Foundation. “We are grateful so many in our community have supported the event over the years, and we look forward to another successful event.”
This golf outing is presented by Live Right Senior Care. Additional sponsors include Wind Creek Chicago Southland, All-in-FORE-Fun Sponsor; IMEG, Golf Ball Logo Sponsor; Beary Landscaping, Beverage Cart Sponsor; Noral Jewelers, Golf Awards Sponsor; Stogie Life Cigar Shop, Cigar Sponsor; Dell and Intel, Felt & Lukes, LLC and Live Right Senior Care, Lunch Sponsors; Canon, Prize Sponsor and LinJen Promotions, Inc., Swag Bag Sponsor.
Annual Foundation sponsors include DKA, Platinum; Mr. and Mrs. Coleman and UPS, Gold; Legat Architects and PepsiCo, Silver; Advocate Aurora Health, Medix and Old National Bank, Supporting.
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