K.E.E.P. changes name of golf outing


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K.E.E.P., Inc. has changed the name for its 21st annual golf outing to the Dani Naisby Memorial Golf Outing for K.E.E.P. Kids.

Naisby was a K.E.E.P. board member who recently died. Franklin Sussex Auto Mall and 102.3 WSUS will again co-sponsor this year’s event. This outing will be held for the third year in a row at the Wallkill Golf Club on July 21.

The event will kick off with an 8:30 a.m. shotgun start. The cost per golfer will be $150 and includes golf, cart, continental breakfast, lunch/dinner, open bar, appetizers, and prizes galore. The outing will be a scramble format and will highlight the men, women, and mixed-team low gross scores.

There will be multiple prizes for a hole-in-one, which includes a Callaway Razr X HL Irons, Sea Mist Golf Trip for Two, $500 worth of Zero Restriction Apparel, Pro Shop $500 Certificate, and Round Trip Air Tickets. Other prizes include long drive, closest to the pin, and $1,000 (50/50 split between player and charity) for closest to the pin within 12 inches.

After the 18 holes, guests will enjoy a delicious lunch, cocktail hour, door prizes, raffles, and an auction. The proceeds that are raised will help enable K.E.E.P. to continue its mission of providing quality and affordable childcare. Anyone can help by golfing, sponsoring signage or event segments, or donating prizes and gift certificates. Registration is available online at www.keepkids.org.

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