You don’t have to be good at golf to play in the United Way Mayor’s Charity Golf Classic , but it helps. Hundreds of golfers took to the Sault Country Club links Monday, including of course, Mayor Christian Provenzano.
“I really should play more” Provenzano quipped before heading out. Teams of four played best ball after a shotgun start. Former Mayor and avid golfer, Debbie Amaroso showed off her skill for her team, along with councillor Lou Turco, Scott Sexsmith and Sherry Frechette from Bryan Hayes Office. Sherry Frechette. Gold medalist, Brad Jacobs traded in his curling rock for golf clubs for the day.
Provenzano was joined by his new Bride,Kyleigh. The Golf Classic raises thousands of dollars for the United Way. The full day of golf was followed by a silent auction and dinner at the Algoma’s Water Tower Inn.
“As a longtime supporter of the United Way, I’m pleased to continue the tradition of the Mayor’s Charity Golf Classic. I encourage our local golfers, both serious and recreational alike, to register their teams for the June 15th event. It will be a day of fun and friendly competition in support of a great cause,” said Mayor Provenzano.
The United Way is able to promote individual and community health; provide real strategies and assistance to help lift individuals and families out of poverty; and encourage children and youth to be all that they can be, through a variety of programs and services specifically focused on developing the youth of tomorrow.