Queensbury Senior Citizens (QSC) doesn’t have over 1,200 members from Troy to Ticonderoga for no reason. This dynamic nonprofit organization serves the local community in so many ways, but they need your support to keep all the fun activities and programs going.
Check out how you can participate in or volunteer at their first-ever Golf Tournament, slated for June 14 at the Queensbury Country Club, and make sure to register before the deadline!
Get the Event Details for a Fun Golf Game With Prizes
The superbly managed, surrounded-by-Adirondack-mountain-scenery Queensbury Country Club is hosting this event for the QSC. The $95 ticket price for non-QSC members includes the golf game, a golf cart, a welcome bag, and a fantastic lunch courtesy of the QSC.
There will be prizes for Longest Drive, Closest to the Pin, Skins, Hole in One, and Most Patriotic Team. The QSC is purchasing gift cards to local restaurants for some of the contest winners, to support our local businesses that have had a tough year.
If you’re interested, don’t wait to sign up, because the registration deadline is May 31.
Not a Golfer? No Worries! It’s Scramble-Style (Or You Can Volunteer)
As with many fundraising golf games, this tournament is scramble-style, which means the players or the designated team captain decide after each shot which one the best shot is. Then, each player on the team plays their next shot from that spot. This ensures even less experienced players get a shot (no pun intended) at playing a good game, and there’s less pressure all around.
Another option would be to volunteer! The QSC needs volunteers for a registration table, raffle ticket sales, hole in 1 monitors, welcome team, bakers, and sponsor solicitations.
What Your Fundraising Dollars Go Towards
The QSC has built itself up to be a reputable, leading organization in the Queensbury, Glens Falls, and Lake George community. Since its inception in 1980, the nonprofit has served its mission to promote the concept of aging well through a variety of programs, activities, and events. This includes everything from phone calls to members on their birthdays to arts & crafts classes and group “pole walking.”