Operation Our Town will hold its second annual golf tournament on Sept. 16 at the Park Hills Country Club, Altoona.
A casual evening barbecue will be held the night before for sponsors and golfers at 5 p.m. Sept. 15 with acoustic music by Matt Wagner, a silent auction, skill contests and the opportunity for early registration.
The golf tournament will feature two tee times this year, 8 a.m. and 1 p.m.
Planning Operation Our Town’s second annual golf event are (from left): Michael A. Fiore, OOT president; Rich Conwell, Park Hills Country Club PGA head golf professional; Shawna Hoover, OOT executive coordinator; Phil Devorris, OOT secretary; and Randy Feathers, OOT board member.
A $5,000 cash prize donation from Park Hills Country Club will be awarded during the morning and afternoon session to one lucky golfer.
There will also be opportunities to win $10,000 or a car for a hole-in-one.
Local law enforcement will also have their tactical truck and equipment on display.
The money raised from the tournament is used to fund law enforcement and prevention programs aimed at reducing drugs and crime in Blair County.
Last year's event raised more than $46,000.
To become a sponsor or golfer for this year's golf tournament, contact Shawna Hoover at 296-8730 or firstname.lastname@example.org. Priority tee times will be given to early registrants.
Operation Our Town is a partnership between business and the community aimed at taking back neighborhoods from drugs and related violent crime through law enforcement and proven treatment and prevention techniques. Operation Our Town accepts donations from businesses, civic and charitable organizations and individuals and uses them to fund programs proven to reduce both the supply and demand for illegal drugs.
For more information, call 296-8730 or visit OperationOurTown.org.