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Golf tournamentBethel Baptist Church will have its first annual Captain’s Choice Golf Tournament Saturday, Oct. 10, at Crescent Golf Club, with a 1 p.m. tee time.
The tournament benefits the Bethel Baptist Church building project.
Sponsorship opportunities are:
Door Prizes: Over 100 golfers are anticipated and each will receive a goody bag for their support. There will also be a random drawing for door prizes. This sponsorship level provides donor recognition at the tournament by promoting products and services for the bags of individual door prizes. (Items may be picked up and a receipt provided).
Hole Sponsor ($100): Your name will be placed on one of the tee boxes throughout the golf course and recognized in the church newsletter.
Bronze Sponsor ($250): Your name will be included on the tournament banner, along with complimentary team entry for four golfers, and recognized in the church newsletter.
Silver Sponsor ($500). Your name will be included on the tournament banner, a sign with your name will be placed on one of the tee boxes throughout the golf course, you will receive complimentary team entry for four golfers, and your name will be recognized in the church newsletter.
Gold Sponsor ($1,000). Your name will be included on the tournament banner, a sign with your name will be placed on one of the tee boxes on the golf course, your name will be displayed on all golf carts used by the anticipated 100 golfers during the tournament, you will receive complimentary team entry for four golfers and your name will be recognized in the church newsletter.
The registration fees are $50 per person or $175 per team.
There will be drawings for door prizes, and prizes for closest to the pin and longest drive. Refreshments will be served.
Crescent Golf Club is located at 220 Laurel Valley Way.
For additional information, contact: Maurice Lyerly, 704-223-5951 or Denise Lyerly, 704-905-9139.

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