June 28, 2019Print | PDF
Wilfrid Laurier University’s Special Constable Service and the University of Guelph Campus Community Police will host the Law Enforcement Golf Tournament for Special Olympics Ontario on Monday, July 29 at Cutten Fields Golf Club in Guelph.
All members of the Laurier community are invited to participate.
The tournament is a fundraiser for Special Olympics Ontario, a charitable organization that strives to enrich the lives of Ontarians living with intellectual disabilities through sport. Special Olympics Ontario is the charity of choice for the Ontario Association of Chiefs of Police. Each year, police services across the province organize fundraising events to support Special Olympics Ontario athletes.
Laurier’s Special Constable Service and the University of Guelph’s Campus Community Police also participate in the annual Ontario Law Enforcement Torch Run, another fundraiser for Special Olympics Ontario.
“I am proud that Laurier’s Special Constable Service is a strong supporter of Special Olympics Ontario and helps athletes in our community realize their dreams of competition,” says Tammy Lee, director of Laurier’s Special Constable Service. “My hope is that the Laurier community will join us for a fun afternoon of friendly golf and share in helping a great cause.”
Registration for the tournament is now open, with 30 foursomes available. The registration fee is $600 per foursome and includes 18 holes of best-ball golf, lunch and a chef-prepared dinner. Player check-in begins at 9:30 a.m. Lunch will be served at 11 a.m., followed by a shotgun start to the tournament at noon.
For more information, contact Tammy Lee at 519.884.0710 x3988.
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