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Friday, August 12, 2022

Golf scores high for local charities

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Members of the Ronnie B. Classic Committee recently met at Hugo’s Frog Bar to plan their upcoming charity golf outing to be held at Springbrook Golf Course  on Mon. Aug. 13.

Pictured are committee members Sarah Kinney, far left,  Ray Kinney, Denise Falcone, Raffi Demerdjian, Tom Falcone, Tina McConnaughey and John McConnaughey.

The fee to play is $150 per golfer with a 144-golfer limit.

Lunch will provided by Belgio’s Catering and the afternoon of golf will be followed by dinner back at Cafe Buonaro’s in Fifth Avenue Station.

Funds raised will  benefit the Ron Buonauro Memorial Foundation.

For more information or reservations, contact Tina Marie Buonauro McConnaughey at cafebuonaros@comcast.net or visit www.cafebuonaros.com.

Links to Links! Local links are chock full of charity golf outings to hit the mark for many good causes from now until the end of October.

If your organization is planning a charity golf outing that you’d like to post it on this Web site,  send the date and description  to stephanie@positivelynaperville.com.

Meanwhile,  check out many choices to support local causes with a little green on the greens, listed on certain dates, mostly Mondays, under Community Calendars  through October.

Fore! If you need help, folks at Minuteman Press are experienced golf outing supply planners.

Are you in need of hole signs with sponsors’ names? Novelty items such as hats, towels, balls with your company name? Golf prizes? Golf tees? Golf shirts? Trophies?

Find quality products, knowledgeable suggestions and a quick turnaround at Minuteman Press.

The folks at Minuteman Press can help you with everything you need to plan the perfect golf outing.

Just give Paula a call at (630) 369-1360 any weekday.

Thanks for shopping, dining and supporting charity golf outings  locally.

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