VTC seeks golfers for charity golf tournament

LOWVILLE, NY — The Volunteer Transportation Center, Inc. is proud to present its 2nd Annual Golf Tournament at Cedar’s Golf Course. This event takes place on Saturday, Sept. 8, 2018, with registration at 8:00 am, shotgun start at 9:00 am and dinner with awards to follow.

The evening before the tournament we will host a public registration party. On Friday, Sept. 7, from 5:30 to 7 pm golfers and a guest may join us for dinner, raffles and the United Way of NNY Golf Ball Drop at Cedars.

Community members who wish to join us for dinner may purchase tickets by visiting https://www.eventbrite.com/e/vtc-golf-tournament-dinner-and-united-way-of-nny-golf-ball-drop-tickets-48810273843.

The Volunteer Transportation Center provides non-emergent medical transportation to your neighbors who otherwise would not have access to necessary medical appointments and life sustaining services such as renal dialysis. In 2017 Volunteer Drivers drove 476,450 miles at a cost of approximately $212,163 in driver mileage reimbursement.

Think about registering a foursome from your organization! Cost per team is $300 (includes golf, cart and dinner). Tournament also includes A&B Flites, cash prizes, skins and super skins, as well as variety of raffle prizes. Registration can be submitted by visiting www.VolunteerTransportationCenter.org. This event will take place regardless of weather, so no rain date or refunds will be offered, and we can include only the first 40 Teams to register.

Let us hear from you soon! Please contact Sam Purington at (315) 286-4510 with any questions you may have. The VTC looks forward to having a fun-filled day of golf!

The Volunteer Transportation Center, Inc. (VTC), established in 1991, drives thousands of miles each year assisting community members in Jefferson, Lewis and St. Lawrence Counties. Over the last 20 years this essential non-profit organization has provided rides to health care appointments, grocery shopping, and other destinations for residents. The staff, Board of Directors and volunteer drivers look forward to a time when transportation to community activities and services is accessible to all North Country residents regardless of economic or special needs. But for now the mission drives on—striving to provide essential transportation for North Country residents who have no other transportation alternatives.