Golf Tournament:
RCH 27th Annual Golf Classic

RCH 27th Annual Golf Classic
September 17, 2018
September 17, 2018
18 years and older
Golf Outing
Battleground Country Club
Manalapan, New Jersey
Marie Trezza
On Monday, September 17th, 2018, the Reformed Church Home, will once again be hitting the links for the 27th Annual Golf Classic at the historic Battleground Country Club. The golf outing brings together great friends, loyal corporate partners, and dear family and church members for a day of challenging golf to benefit an important cause...our seniors. The day's events include - 18 holes of golf with carts, breakfast, beverages and snacks on the course, an Awards Luncheon and a Golfer Goody Bag. To add a little more excitement to the day we will have a variety of contests with great prizes for the lucky winners. In addition you will have the opportunity to win great gifts at our Auction such as gift certificates to private golf courses, golf items, tickets to theaters and sports events, and gift cards from local merchants and restaurants. To end this perfect day our guests and golfers will have an opportunity to win the 50/50 which is always a great attraction. The comradery of good friends, acquaintances and fellow co-workers is truly a delight to see. For over 27 years this event has made a difference in the lives of our residents contributing to special programs and projects which has created a compassionate caring environment they call HOME.

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