LARC to host golf outing

2013-07-12T00:00:00Z LARC to host golf outingFor The Times nwitimes.com
July 12, 2013 12:00 am  • 

LANSING | LARC, a nonprofit organization providing services to people with developmental disabilities, will hold its 17th annual golf outing Aug. 5 at Lincolnshire Country Club, 390 E. Richton Road in Crete.

The event will begin at 10:30 a.m. with registration. At 11 a.m., an all you care to eat buffet lunch will be served and the $10,000 putting contest starts where $5,000 goes to the putter and $5,000 to LARC. A total of 18 holes of golf begin at 12:30 p.m. with a shot gun start and complimentary beverages available through the whole round. After every golfer is off the course, a cocktail hour takes place including another all you care to eat buffet dinner featuring beef and pork carving stations. The outing also includes a skins game. Tickets for this full day of events are $150 per person, which is tax deductible. Tickets for dinner only are $40.

Lincolnshire is a private golf course and the only way for nonmembers to play there is with a member or through outings such as this one. There will be multiple prize holes including one for a new grill. Other prizes will be available and gifts will be given to every golfer.

To make a reservation stop by LARC, at 19043 Wentworth Ave. in Lansing, or contact Garry Buell or Lisa Vale at (708) 474-1540. A copy of the golf outing brochure is available on our web site, www.larclansing.com

LARC provides services to more than 100 developmentally disabled adults through a wide array of programs including developmental training, job placement, supported employment, and community living arrangements. All funds from this golf outing, and all LARC fundraisers benefit LARC and help its mission of providing support and services that promote quality, dignity and choice and sill assist individuals with developmental disabilities achieve outcomes of independence in their lives.

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