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May 29, 2007 > Frank Sisk Golf Tournament

Frank Sisk Golf Tournament

Come join the fun on Thursday, June 7th at the Sunol Valley Golf Club, Cypress Course. This popular annual event is designed to support LOV' s summer programs providing free supervised recreation, breakfast, lunch, crafts, special surprise guests, field trips and more for Tri-City youth ages 5-12 in the parks. Entry fee is ONLY $125 and
includes lunch, green fees, cart, a fabulous dinner and a fun evening filled with awards and great prizes such as trips - fine jewelry and autographed sports legends memorabilia. Don't miss out - get together a foursome or join men and women like yourself who love the game and want to support The League of Volunteers - LOV.

This is scramble format - scratchers & hackers welcome. Putting contest and registration begin at 11:30 am. All golfers will receive great tee prizes. The shotgun start is at 1 pm. There will be special awards for the 1st, 2nd and 3rd place teams as well as 2 closest to the pin holes, long drive for both men and women. Get a hole in one and win a new Lexus! Don't play golf? Come enjoy the evening's festivities for only $40. You will have a fabulous dinner, and an opportunity to come away with fantastic auction and drawing prizes. HONORARY CHAIR - Jimmy Davenport, San Francisco Giants great 1962 Golden Glove winner will be playing golf and providing Giants autographed baseballs as part of the great silent and live auction prizes.

For information or to register for golf or for dinner only - call LOV at 510-793-5683.
All credit cards accepted. You can also register on our web site at www.lov.org.
Press contact: Shirley Sisk 510-793-5683

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