3:58 pm EST, Friday, January 24, 2020
WOODBURY — The 11th Annual “Reside, Snicker then Putt” Indoor Mini Golfing fundraiser to be held on the Woodbury Senior Group Middle, Feb. 14-17. Web proceeds from the development will give a boost to the Woodbury Group Services and products Meals Financial institution, Gasoline and Disaster Help Techniques.
“This inexpensive circle of relatives pleasant task used to be created to convey the neighborhood in combination all through the iciness for a excellent purpose,”organizers mentioned in a commentary. “The difficult 9-hole direction used to be redesigned a number of years in the past by way of longtime former Woodbury resident Charles Bartlett, in conjunction with a gaggle of at hand volunteers. The direction provides all kinds of demanding situations assured to entertain members of every age. Grandparents are inspired to spherical up their grandchild, or, for those who belong to a company, accumulate up your coworkers, pals, scholars and acquaintances to play in groups.”
The price for youngsters 10 and below when accompanied by way of an grownup is $2; seniors or adults accompanying a kid is $3, and the fee for youths and adults is $4.
The mini golfing vary is open Feb. 14-15 from 10 am.-7 p.m., Feb. 16, 12-6 p.m., and Feb. 17, 10 a.m.-Four p.m. All house citizens organizations, adolescence, teenagers, adults, grandparents and seniors are inspired to wait.
The Pals of the Woodbury Senior Group Middle can even hang a bake sale all through the development offering plenty of house baked chocolates, contemporary popcorn and drinks for a nominal price.
The online proceeds from final yr’s tournament totaled $1,200 and have been donated to the Group Services and products Council of Woodbury to make sure that Woodbury neighbors in want will at all times have get entry to to help that meets their elementary meals and effort wishes, in addition to an very important protection internet in occasions of private and monetary disaster.
For more info, touch both Charles Bartlett at 203-527-2724 or Sharon Sherman at 203-695-5410.