Do Something Magazine Hosting Golf Tournament

Do Something magazine, a monthly magazine run by local youth, is inviting everyone out to their last summer event this Saturday, August 8.

RIP IT - Rick Madsen tees off during a mid-morning game of golf at the Pipestone Links Golf Course

Do Something magazine, a monthly magazine run by local youth in your community, is inviting everyone out to their last summer event this Saturday, August 8.

At 4 p.m., those who are attending will be meeting at the Pipestone Links golf course near Millet to start a just for fun game of golf. Whether you’ve been golfing for years or have never touched a golf club, this tournament is sure to be fun for those of all skill levels and ages.

For $75, you’ll get to play a great game of golf, eat a scrumptious catered dinner, and a good chance of winning prizes. There will be prizes awarded for the most creative team shirt, best hat, as well as first place and last place in the tournament. If you love golfing or want to try it out but don’t want to come for the meal, you can come and golf for only $40 per person.

The funds raised from the event will go towards the cost of producing and distributing the magazine, holding fun and affordable dance and art classes starting this fall, and hosting other community events all throughout the year. This tournament is a great opportunity to get out there and have some fun, perhaps try something new, and meet new people, all while helping local youth Do Something by serving and volunteering in your community.

Saturday is sure to be a fun-filled summer afternoon for everyone, so bring a friend or even your whole family! There are still spots left, so purchase your tickets by contacting Do Something magazine at dosomethingmagazine@gmail.com, 780-224-2303, or 780-314-9134.

 

 

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