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WEEF Charity Golf Tournament 2020

The Woodford Educational Endowment Foundation’s (WEEF) golf tournament will be held Monday, July 20, at The Woodford Club golf course. This year’s event promises to be a day of food, fun, and lots of golf. WEEF, in cooperation with Citizens Commerce Bank, is looking for members of our community to come out and share a day of golf with us while helping a worthy cause. Because of Woodford County’s generous local businesses and citizens, WEEF has been able to donate over $200,000 to Woodford County Public Schools. Students have been given the opportunity to experience fine arts programs and performances, have been provided technology in the classroom, and resource materials for all subjects in our schools. “We are committed to helping provide a well-rounded educational experience for all Woodford County Students. Our wonderful volunteers and dedicated Community Sponsors have helped us year after year give a unique experience to all our children,” said Veronica Parker, Chairperson of WEEF. Silas Hart, Director of the 2020 Golf Tournament, added, “The people of Woodford County have always insisted on ‘Excellence in Education,’ Because of the efforts of our faculty and administration, we have a school system that is the envy of many school districts in Kentucky. The ongoing support of our community is crucial as we continue to excel.” In addition to the opportunity to play golf, businesses have the privilege of sponsoring the event, which includes publicity during the event, publicity in media advertising, and publicity at every fine arts performance seen by all Woodford County students and their parents. Sponsorships are available at several levels, starting at $200. The WEEF Charity Golf Tournament will include 18 holes of golf, with team play, individual play, and “Sudden Death” Shootout. The cost per player is $85 and includes golf carts, green fees, breakfast, lunch, and drinks on the course, dinner, and prizes.

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