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Charity golf outing season hits half-way mark

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Since golfers habitually line up for the St. Patrick’s Residence Golf Outing in May to set the local charity golf season in motion, the hot time in the old town has been better at keeping nonprofit coffers green than golf courses.

Many annual charity golf outings are scheduled during August, September and October, creating a six-month season for many good causes to raise funds.

The next golf outing on the August calendar is the Ronnie B. Classic, hosted by Cafe Buonaro’s. The after-golf dinner always attracts a lively bunch back at the restaurant, many who never play golf, in support of the Ron Buonauro Memorial Foundation.

3RD ANNUAL RONNIE B. CLASSIC GOLF OUTING / Mon., Aug 13, 2012 / $150 per golfer / 144 Golfer Limit / At Springbrook Golf Course with lunch provided by Belgio’s / Followed by Dinner back at Cafe Buonaro’s in Fifth Avenue Station / To 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.

SECOND ANNUAL BOYS & GIRLS CLUB CHARITY GOLF OUTING / Tues., Aug. 14, 2012 / Tamarack Golf Club in Naperville / Play for a chance to make a difference in a child’s life by supporting the Boys and Girls Club, as well as having a chance to play golf on one of the areas finest golf courses. *$150.00  / Registration: 11AM, Golf: 12:30PM. Dinner: 6PM (Dinner only $50), Start Type: Shotgun Play Format: Scramble. /   For more info contact asmith03a@bgcna.org or call (630) 335-7037  INFO about Boys & Girls Club Naperville: www.bgcnaperville.org.

ANNUAL NCC QUARTERBACK CLUB GOLF OUTING / (Usually held in August) For info, contact the alumni office at (630) 637-5200. Additional QB Club Information can be found on-line at: www.noctrl.edu/x11498.xml TO BE UPDATED

ROTARY CLUBS OF NAPERVILLE ANNUAL MEMBER-GUEST GOLF OUTING AT SPRINGBROOK / Mon., Aug. 20, 2012 / Check-in with a catered lunch, 10:30-11:45AM; Shotgun start 12PM / $110 by July 16, then $130 per golfer with awards dinner TBD / Dinner only is $35. / INFO: www.rotaryclubsofnaperville.com. Questions? Contact: William Epp at whepp@msn.com or (630) 650-0467. Register: www.golfinvite.com/NapervilleRotaryGolf

TURNING POINTE AUTISM FOUNDATION ANNUAL INVITATIONAL GOLF OUTING / Tee off 11:30AM, Mon. Aug. 27, 2012 at Edgewood Valley Country Club located at 7500 S. Willow Springs Road in La Grange, IL 60525. Since 1910, EVCC has been one of the most beautiful clubs in the Chicago area. Register now to play this great day of golf on a spectacular course, followed by an outstanding dinner featuring some very special guests, all to benefit the programs and families of Turning Pointe. The per golfer cost this year is $450 & foursomes will be $1,700. Register at 10AM for tee off at 11:30. Registration fees include green fees, lunch, dinner and all beverages for the day and evening. / INFO: Kinsey at (630) 570-7938 or kparker@turningpointeaf.org. Sponsorships available, too. ALERT! CBS 2 News Anchor Rob Johnson will be the Celebrity Starter and lead the “Beat the Celebrity” Golf Challenge at the event. Rob Johnson is the weekday anchor of the CBS 2 evening newscasts at 5:00 PM and 10:00 PM.

ANNUAL WRTO GOLF OUTING / 12:30 Registration. 1:30 Shotgun Start. Fri., Aug. 31, 2012 / At Tamarack Golf Course, 24032 Royal Worlington Drive, Naperville. / Registration details: http://wheatlandrepublican.org/index.php.

Also,  many members of the 2011 Mayor’s Golf Outing Committee, pictured here, again are planning the Mayor’s Annual Golf Outing on Mon., Sept. 10. Find details and other outings on PN’s Golf Calendar linked below in the related post.

RELATED POST: Community Golf Calendar / Local Charity  Golf Outing Season by the Month

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