Golf Tournament:
35th Annual Benefit Golf Tournament

35th Annual Benefit Golf Tournament
August 10, 2020
August 10, 2020
No policy
Golf Tournament
Not this year.
Allied Building Corporation
Boys & Girls Club of Allentown
Woodstone Country Club
Danielsville, Pennsylvania
Kathryn Best
The Boys & Girls Club of Allentown (BGCA) is excited to announce that the 35th Annual Benefit Golf Tournament will be held on Monday, August 10 at Woodstone Country Club. This year’s tournament will be low-to-no-contact to keep everyone safe. Tee times will be available from 10am-1pm and Woodstone will be preparing delicious grab-and-go lunches for golfers. Limited spots are available, so register today! Visit to download the registration packet. Completed registrations should be emailed to no later than July 31st New this year: The Great Futures Fly Away Raffle! Golfers can enter this once-in-a-lifetime raffle for the chance to win a one-day trip for four to Kiawah Island Golf Resort in South Carolina. Package includes a round trip flight on a private jet from Queen City Airport, a round of golf, food, and beverages. Date of travel will be coordinated with the winner and can be in 2021. It’s a great way to support the BGCA if you’re unable to attend the Tournament! Raffle tickets are $300 and can be purchased by emailing or by making an online donation of $300 via the “donate” button on BGCA’s Facebook page ( or on BGCA's website ( The winner will be drawn at the Tournament on August 10, but you do not have to be present to win. Interested in sponsoring this community-favorite event? A few sponsorships, including the popular Putting Green Sponsorship, are still available! Visit for more information or contact Alison Norton, BGCA Development Director, by calling 610-217-6057 or emailing
Prizes offered for first and second men's and women's foursome, longest drive, and closest to the pin.

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