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Scituate Animal Shelter's Tenth Annual Golf Tournament

Raise money for animals while playing golf.
Raise money for animals while playing golf.
Scituate Animal Shelter

The Scituate Animal Shelter is hosting its 10th annual golf tournament at the Hatherly Country Club in Scituate, Mass. on June 9, 2014. Registration and payment must be completed by June 1. Pick up a club and help raise some money for a good cause. All proceeds to benefit the shelter. The tournament will take place rain or shine.

The tournament will kick off at 12 p.m. with registration and lunch, followed by a start time of 1 p.m. Dinner is scheduled for 6:30 p.m.

Purchase packages such as “golfer,” which is one player with cart, lunch and dinner for $170, “par,” which is one foursome, carts, lunch, dinner and listing in program guide, all the way up to “eagle,” which is two foursomes, carts, lunch, dinner, two hole signs and listing in program guide. See the registration form for more options.

If you are not a golfer but would like to participate, you can sign up for “dinner only” for $50. Donations of any size are always welcome, if you are unable to participate in the fundraiser. For more information, please contact Jennifer at 617-407-9696 or

The Scituate Animal Shelter is a non-profit, no-kill organization that helps the animals on the South Shore of Massachusetts. Its mission is to rescue animals, serve the community and educate the public on responsible pet ownership.

Events around town:
Quincy Animal Shelter's Second Annual Furball
Animal Rescue League's Annual Paws in the Park
Fourth Annual Salem Dog Festival
The Sterling Animal Shelter's 7th Annual Whisker Walk
Cat advocacy organization to host fundraising competitions, participants wanted

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