Tails & Tees golf event raises $17,000 for Capital Humane Society | neighborhood supplement

Over 100 golfers gathered at Holmes Golf Course for the Tails & Tees Golf Tournament on Saturday, July 30, raising over $17,000 for the Capital Humane Society.

Funds were raised through team registrations, competitions and sponsorships, making it a successful day for golfers and animals alike.

After registration, each team found their starting point and the tournament was launched. CHS volunteers were posted along the route with adoptable dogs to greet participants as they traveled.

Competitions were held at various tee boxes and practice greens, where golfers could win prizes ranging from golf equipment to car wash memberships and cash.

After each team completed the tournament, lunch was served in the banquet hall where the competition prizes were presented and the overall winner was announced.

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Matt Madcharo, CEO of the CHS, thanked supporters and sponsors for their contribution to the event.

“The product will help care for the thousands of lost and homeless animals that come through the doors of CHS each year,” Madcharo said. “We are extremely grateful for such a great turnout and look forward to the Tails & Tees Golf Tournament for years to come.”

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