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Auburn Police to Host 14th Annual Golf Fundraiser in July

Posted by aprile on April 16, 2013

The Auburn Police Department is hosting its 14th annual golf outing on July 12 to raise money for a number of community police programs. Golfers, sponsors and donors are currently being sought to support the fundraiser, which will be held at Bridgewater Golf Course.

COMMUNITY PROGRAMS SOLELY FUNDED BY THIS EVENT
  • Shop with a Cop
  • Thanksgiving for the Needy
  • Christmas Tour for the Elderly
  • K9 Drug Program (Food & Vet Bills)
  • Rape Aggression Defense Classes
  • Pathfinder Program for At-Risk Youth
  • Scholarship Fund (Future Officers)
  • Kid Print
  • Crime Scene Techs (Equipment)
  • Community Policing Events
  • Healthy Halloween
HOW TO BE INVOLVED

1) Sign up to golf: Sign up by yourself and be placed on a team, or put your own foursome together. Entry fees for the Florida Scramble event are:

  • Singles: $100
  • Twosomes: $200
  • Threesomes: $275
  • Foursomes: $375 (Early Bird before June 1: $320)

2) Sponsor the event: There are several levels of sponsorship available, ranging from $150 to $5,000. At every level, sponsors will receive some public recognition at the event or on event signs, programs and collateral materials. 

3) Make a financial donation: Monetary donations are accepted to support this event and the programs it funds for the community.

Questions?

If you want to get involved in the fundraiser or have questions, contact the Auburn Police Department at 260-920-3200 (Ext 1901) or via email at police(at)ci.auburn.in.us

Download registration form

 

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