K.E.E.P. announces golf outing


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K.E.E.P., Inc. announces its 25th Golf Outing set to take place on Wednesday, July 31, at Farmstead Golf and Country Club, 88 Lawrence Rd., Lafayette.

In Memory of the late Dani Naisby, long-time Board Member, K.E.E.P. advocate and avid golfer, the event will be sponsored by Franklin Sussex Automall, Inc. and 102.3 WSUS.

The outing will be a 2-person scramble with a 9 a.m. shotgun start. The cost is $160 per golfer (twosome $320), which includes golf and cart, lunch on the turn, heavy hors d’oeuvres and prizes immediately following.

Team prizes will be awarded for Low Gross (men, women and mixed), Long Drive (men and women) and Closest to the Pin (men and women). As always, wonderful door/drawing prizes donated by local businesses will round out the fun day. Proceeds from this popular fund raising event will be used to support K.E.E.P.’s many childcare programs benefitting the families and children of Sussex County.

Operations Director Linda Conrad spoke about the need for affordable, quality child care. “K.E.E.P. is Sussex County’s largest non-profit child care provider. Being a non-profit allows us to maintain our competitive rates while providing the high quality child care parents demand. We do accept NORWESCAP payments and we do offer unlimited financial assistance, in the form of scholarships, to all qualified families. Having said that, fund raisers are an important part of being able to continue these important services to the community. So come on out and join us for a fun day while helping the kids of Sussex County!”

For more information, to register, donate a prize, become a sponsor or purchase tee sign or hole sign advertising please contact K.E.E.P. at 973-383-2213 or email linda@keepkids.org.



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