The West Plains Country Club Ladies Golf Assoc. will host the second annual 4-Lady Scramble Golf Tournament Aug. 11 to benefit the 37th Judicial Court Appointed Special Advocates (CASA). “Thanks to our generous sponsors and golfers, last year we raised $5,000 for area first responders, and I think we have an excellent chance of reaching, and passing, that goal,” said tournament committee chair Marge Slayton.
The donation to CASA will fund their library for volunteer advocate training. Donations fund volunteer advocate travel to visit child victims, school counselors, and court hearings
Theses donations will also fund the supplies and meeting space for the seven-week training sessions for a team of 6-8 new volunteer advocates.
Entry fees are $65 per person or $260 per team, plus $40 for a cart rental if it is needed. The entry fee includes golf and range balls, donut and coffee breakfast, goodie gift bag, 1 mulligan per person, lunch buffet after the round, chances to win flight prizes, and lots of cash hole prizes. Slayton wants to assure participants that all CDC and PGA guidelines will be observed throughout the tournament to keep everyone safe. The deadline for registration is Aug 8.
The latest donation to the cause came from Brill Title Company. From left: Sherri Davidson, Deanna Hewett, Owner Kim Roberts, Allison Skinner, Martha Mills, and Margaret Keister.