There is not much better in this world than spending a beautiful, sunny day on the golf course. That day is made even better when you get to take off work to play golf and - this is the most important part - when you're playing golf to raise money for a great cause. I'm about to check all three of those boxes for you - so keep reading if that sounds interesting.

Swinging for Wishes

Southern Indiana Make-A-Wish invites you to its 14 annual golf scramble fundraiser on June 19th. Can you think of a better way to spend a Monday? This year's event feels more important than ever as there are 63 local children that are still waiting for their wishes. You can help the cause by playing golf, by bidding on silent auction items, or both.

Southern Indiana Events benefitting Make-A-Wish
Southern Indiana Events benefitting Make-A-Wish
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Golf Scramble Details

The event is scheduled for Monday, June 19th, from 10:30am-6pm at the Oak Meadow Country Club located at 11505 Browning Road on Evansville's north side. The cost is $700 for a foursome of players. Sign up to be a sponsor or to play here. Here is the day's schedule:

  • 10:30am - Registration/Putting Green/Driving Range Open
  • 11:30am - Lunch
  • 12:30pm - Shotgun Start
  • 5pm - Cocktail Reception / Awards
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Granting Wishes Isn't Cheap

Southern Indiana has an all-volunteer council representing the Make-A-Wish Ohio, Kentucky, and Indiana Chapter (OKI). Here's what they have to say...

We're raising money for 63 local Wish kids currently awaiting Wishes. The average Wish cost $11,000. The OKI chapter is the largest and grants the most Wishes, granting nearly 20,000 Wishes all-time. Play golf to help raise money for wishes, or bid to win on any of the unique items in the accompanying online silent auction.

The online auction is live and will continue through June 30th. Check out the items and start bidding now.

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